Thursday 29 November, 8pm

The Ghost in me – ghost histories and everyday hauntings at the Leper Chapel with in situ:

Following this summer's outdoor performance at Wandlebury, the ghost in me is revisited, re-conceived and reset in the gently resonant space of The Leper Chapel for a new performance, as in situ: theatre returns to explore the hauntings of history private and public.

Picking up faint and fading voices, flickering pictures, fragile (re)constructions, the chapel becomes an echo-chamber, a light-box, a cathode-ray tube.

the ghost in me: ghost histories and everyday hauntings catches up the ghosts in our laughter, our remembered fears, the way we sit, the way we listen, the way we comfort each other.

Director Bella Stewart says: “We are all haunted, often willingly, by things from the past – our own and that of others – that we hold on to and which somehow help to make us who we are.

“There are memories, images, stories we carry around and they might be reassuring, mysterious or unsettling.”


Tickets £15 or at the venue on the night from 7.30pm