Feelgood Theatre Productions

Manchester's award winning theatre company

Current Production:

Ghost Story of Heaton

Welcome

Feelgood are back in Heaton Park!

Coming this Autumn ...

Ghost Story
Saturday 29th - Mon 31st October, 2016

Few can forget Feelgood’s gothic horror masterpiece Dracula – The Blood Count in 2005.  Now they are back to unearth a tale to scare even the bravest of heart!

For three nights only the fearless of Manchester are invited to hunt the ghosts of Heaton this Halloween through the empty rooms and locked cellars of this magnificent estate dating back to the 14th century.  Mesmerised by the hypnotic power of music and darkness every footstep you take will lead you deeper into an adventure that transcends time and terror. 

“Clegg’s production excels in long shot - and it’s pretty good in close-up as well!”
(Dracula) The Guardian 4 ****

At Halloween this year, only the boldest are invited to discover the ghosts of Heaton by walking through the empty rooms and locked cellars of this magnificent estate dating back to the 14th century.  Mesmerised by the hypnotic power of silence and darkness every footstep you take will lead you deeper into an adventure that transcends time and terror as we uncover the Egerton family legend of Lady Alice, reputed to haunt the hall…

Do you dare join us to go below stairs into the derelict west wing where the public have not ventured for decades?

Hunts at: 5.15 pm, 6.30 pm and 8.00 pm nightly.
Children 12+ admitted with adult supervision.
Tickets: from £15
Only 30 tickets each hunt.

Available from http://www.jumblebee.co.uk/ghoststory
Or in person (cash only) from the Farm Centre Café in Heaton Park
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Whispers of Heaton
Friday November 11th – Sunday 13th November 2016

www.whispersofheaton.co.uk

“All involved should be applauded for bringing these stories and the old hall to our attention, because Whispers of Heaton is something to shout about.” The Manchester Theatre Awards May 2016

Following the sold-out success of this beautiful piece in May, Whispers returns by special request. For three days only at this time of Remembrance, the great rooms of Heaton Hall will once again echo with the voices of the past revealing a myriad of timeless stories. Two short plays tell tales of uncompromising love and courage, laughter and humanity at a time when the First World War and the Somme changed lives forever.

“Stepping inside feels like we’re being given a glimpse of a secret world” Manchester Theatre Awards

The Fight by Cathy Crabb and Lindsay Williams and The Unknown Bugler by Peter Kerry are strikingly woven together in contemporary music by Ailis Ni Riain and the dance Spilled Ink by Tangled Dance Company.  Audiences move from room to room under the watchful embrace of the magnificent hall and hear how The Manchester Pals Regiment’s, Enrico Caruso, the women’s peace movement, Ralph Vaughan Williams and an unknown bugler connected at Heaton Park.

Armistice Day: Fri 11th Nov 11.05 am, 2.30 pm 7 pm
Saturday 12th Nov: 2.30 pm and 7 pm
Remembrance Sunday 13th:  3 pm and 7 pm

Tickets from £15.
Only 60 per show so book early.

Box Office:  http://www.jumblebee.co.uk/whispers
Or in person (cash only) from the Farm Centre Café in Heaton Park

“It all adds to a powerful message on the consequences of war.” Quietmandave

“Exquisitely produced; fascinating intimate detail and a vast canvas of ideas…don’t miss it”. 
**** The Telegraph, Heroes 2014

“Feelgood are a jewel in Manchester’s theatrical crown…” Manchester Evening News

“Exquisitely produce; fascinating, intimate detail and a vast cancas of ideas…. Don’t miss it.” 4 * The Telegraph, Not About Heroes 2014 in the West End

Current Production:

Ghost Story of Heaton

Sat 29 – Mon 31 October 2016
5.15pm, 6.30pm & 8pm daily

www.whispersofheaton.co.uk

Tickets: www.jumblebee.co.uk/ghoststory

Few can forget Feelgood’s gothic horror masterpiece Dracula – The Blood Count and now they are back to unearth a tale to scare even the bravest of hearts!

“Clegg’s production excels in long shot - it’s pretty good in close-up as well!”.
**** The Guardian, Dracula

At Halloween this year, only the boldest are invited to discover the ghosts of Heaton by walking through the empty rooms and locked cellars of this magnificent estate dating back to the 14th century.  Mesmerised by the hypnotic power of silence and darkness every footstep you take will lead…

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