Is there such a thing as an old British manor without a spooky history that creeps hauntingly into the present? At Mandacrest the house and its residents, new and old, are plagued by werewolves, vampires, mummies, and the tragic deaths of a boy and his mother. Just when it seems the mystery has been solved, another spectre rises from the dead as a reminder of the evil that lurks on the moors.Continue reading →
Nell Gwynn is a somewhat infamous name in British theatre history for her risqué lifestyle and connections with King Charles II. Representing the rags-to-riches spirit of Restoration England, Nell had a revolutionising impact on the arts as recognised in this biographical production full of humour and joy for the art of acting.