Paul Urwin's new play, based on claims of supernatural activity at a house in Enfield in the 1970s, will play at the Ambassadors Theatre from 30 November.
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Do you believe in ghosts? Discover The Enfield Haunting - the shocking true story of an ordinary family that claimed to be haunted by a poltergeist. Book Enfield Haunting tickets on London Theatre today.
At first glance, 284 Green Street appears to be a typical council house in Enfield, North London. It’s a home where single mother Peggy Hodgson hopes to raise her children comfortably and securely. That is until two of her daughters witness some seemingly supernatural occurrences - strange sounds, disembodied voices, furniture moving of its own accord, and children levitating several feet above the ground.
It’s one thing for a ghost to make its presence known in a remote old castle or gothic ruin. It’s quite another for a ghost to pray upon an ordinary London family like the Hodgsons. If it could happen to them, could it happen to you?
Doctor Who’s Catherine Tate stars as Peggy Hodgson, the single mother trying to protect her children from the spirits that seem to be invading their house. Shameless star David Threlfall plays Maurice Grosse, a paranormal investigator convinced that the hauntings were genuine.
This thrillingly scary new play by Paul Unwin follows first-hand accounts of the famous Enfield poltergeist from Guy Lyon Playfair, an actual ghost hunter on the scene at Green Street in 1978. Over afternoon tea, Playfair played his actual recordings from the alleged poltergeist for Unwin.
What do you think might have happened? There’s only one way to find out. Book your tickets to The Enfield Haunting on London Theatre.
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