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The Haunting of Hill House thrills critics in Liverpool

Tuesday, 15 December 2015

"An undoubtedly enjoyable evening."
The Guardian

"Intelligent, sophisticated horror – and electrifyingly scary."
Merseysider Magazine

"A modern horror masterpiece."
Low Down Magazine

"Hard to beat!"
Downstage Centre

"Great storytelling and technical genius bring a classic psychological thriller to the stage with tremendous flair."
Good News Liverpool

"A genuinely chilling watch."

"Hill House is a Gothic beauty."
Liverpool ECHO

"The perfect night out."
Wirral Globe

No-one ever visits Hill House, especially not after dark.

When three strangers are invited to join the mysterious Dr Montague at the eerie house on the hill, not even their darkest dreams could have prepared them for what awaits. As their stay unfolds, they are plagued by a series of inexplicable events that propel them to the very edge of their existence.

A terrifying psychological thriller that plays with our perceptions of reality, Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House became one of the greatest horror films ever made (The Haunting, 1963) and her work influenced writers such as Stephen King and Neil Gaiman.  This Christmas watch as Hill House stirs into life on stage, in a new adaption by Anthony Neilson (The Wonderful World of Dissocia, Realism and The Night Before Christmas) and directed by Olivier and Tony Award nominee Melly Still (Coram Boy).

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