The horror classic invades the stage
No one does terror like H.P. Lovecraft. The American author was a master of the short story, his nightmarish tales causing countless sleepless nights. As part of a festival celebrating all of his horrible creations, they're bringing in the best of Radiotheatre's talents to the stage. With forbidden knowledge and invisible monsters, the plots are sure to raise the hackles, abetted by scores that rack up the tension. Wine, beer, and cider available for purchase at bar.
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