A rehearsed reading by Robert Lloyd Parry
"Now, sir, mark this, and judge how my mind is troubled. The spectre came back, a week ago. Ever since, it has been there, now and again, by fits and starts."
The Signalman (1866), Charles Dickens
On a lonely stretch of railway line, a signalman sees forms and hears voices.
Echoes of the past? Or visions of things to come?
Charles Dickens’s short ghost story is acclaimed as one of the eeriest in the English language. Now it is bought vividly to life in this dramatic rehearsed reading. Robert Lloyd Parry returns to the Cambridge Museum of Technology on Thursday 26 January 2017, 7.30pm, following a sold-out performance in November 2016.
Tickets and Performance Information
Performance suitable for children 12+.
The performance will last approximately 40 minutes followed by the opportunity to explore the atmospheric Victorian Pumping Station (home of Cambridge Museum of Technology) at night.
Please note that the Museum is based in a former industrial site with uneven floors and can be cold at night, so wrap up well and wear sensible shoes!
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Since 2005 Nunkie has walked the earth, telling tales. All kinds of tales. Wherever anyone is prepared to listen. Ghost stories on boats. Detective stories in pubs. True confessions in an art gallery.
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