The Questors Theatre
Haunting JuliaBy Alan Ayckbourn
A chilling ghost story from Britain's most prolific playwright
Twelve years after his daughter Julia’s death, Joe struggles to understand why the musical prodigy took her own life. Was it suicide? Or was someone else with Julia the night she died?
Determined to discover the truth, Joe meets with a psychic and her
boyfriend in the room where she died. Will they find what they’re
looking for? Or are some questions better left unanswered?
"A play for today. Haunting Julia mourns how in adolescence and adulthood, we do our loves wrong." - Financial Times
Written by multi-award-winning playwright Alan Ayckbourn (Norman Conquests, Improbable Fiction), this is a hauntingly human story of love, loss and supernatural forces. Haunting Julia marked a significant departure from Ayckbourn's usual portfolio of comedic plays, and has been widely praised by critics and audiences alike.
"Engaging on every level. Keeps us guessing until the end.
" - The Gaurdian
on the 2020 Audio Play Adaptation of Haunting Julia
There will be a socially distanced performance on Sunday 20th November at 2.30pm.
Standard tickets: £14. Members: £7. Member guest: £10. Under £16/full time student: £7. Concession: £12. Final 2 shows: £18