Directed by Peter Corrigan and Ingrid Corrigan
This series of specially written ghostly stories was created by members of Bench Theatre as a special promenade production in aid of Havant Literary Festival.
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The Ghost Walk was a series of original and specially written stories, told by members of Bench Theatre as a promenade performance throughout the streets of Havant. The walk took place at night, close to Halloween and the stories drew heavily on the history of Havant (real or imagined). Members of Bench Theatre would appear as ghostly apparitions through the walk and interspersed throughout the stories to add to the spooky atmosphere.
This production was staged as a promenade performance throughout the streets of Havant, as part of Havant Literary Festival. The walk started at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre (formerly Havant Arts Centre), East Street Havant - Bench Theatre's home since 1977.
|Ghostly Apparition||Ingrid Corrigan|
|Ghostly Apparition||Nathan Chapman|
|Ghostly Apparition||Callum West|
|Ghostly Apparition||Alice Corrigan|
|Ghostly Apparition||Zoë Chapman|
|Director||Peter Corrigan |