Time: February 4, 2015 at 8pm to February 14, 2015 at 8pm
Location: The Norwegian Church Arts Centre
Street: Harbour Drive
City/Town: Cardiff / Caerdydd
Website or Map: https://www.google.co.uk/maps…
Phone: 02920 304400
Event Type: theatre, performance
Organized By: Gagglebabble
Latest Activity: Feb 3, 2015
A new ghostly, musical, chiller from the makers of The Bloody Ballad.
Audiences will be treated to a theatrical evening of strange stories, ghostly visitations, musical communions and transgressions to the dark side.
Have you ever seen a shadowy face in the dark, heard strange cries in the night, or had the feeling you’re being watched? The Forsythe Sisters are experts in the paranormal - through dazzling displays of psychic connectivity, musical numbers and real life testimonials...this February at The Norwegian Church, the living can walk with the dead. But are The Sisters all they seem? Who is the white angel that haunts them? And can dogs really see Orbs?
Gagglebabble make work which is bold, original and dark with live music at its heart. This time they've brought in singer and guitarist Dan Lambert who is known for his unique growling, bluesy voice in his bands Johnny Cage and the Voodoo Groove and The Hopeless Sinners.
As is tradition, there will be two 10pm 'Friday Fright Night' shows on the 6th and 13th of February, so get dressed up and join us for some extra thrills.
Watch the trailer here:
Written by Lucy Rivers and Hannah McPake
Directed by Adele Thomas
Creative Associate Dafydd James
Original music by Lucy Rivers, featuring special guest
Supported by Arts Council of Wales, Theatr Iolo, Chapter and Wales Millennium Centre.
4th - 6th February 8pm
11th - 14th February 8pm
Additional ‘Friday Fright Night’ shows on Fri 6 + Fri 13 Feb 10pm
Box Office:www.chapter.org 029 2030 4400
Preview shows (4 + 5 Feb) £10
www.gagglebabble.co.uk @gagglebabble1 #ForsytheSisters
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