Tales of terror, horrible hauntings and stories of the supernatural will all be revealed in a ‘spooktacular’ ghost walk coming soon to Pocklington.
Those who are brave enough to join in the fun are told to “expect the unexpected” when they daringly embark on the ghost walk taking place on Tuesday 29 March and Wednesday 30 March at 6.30pm.
Dr Gruesome’s ‘Mysterious Pocklington’ is a promenade production presented by Magic Carpet Theatre’s Jon Marshall, who is also a member of The Inner Magic Circle with Gold Star.
Dr Gruesome said: “Some of what you will hear and see is real, some of it is fake, some of it is really real and some of it is really fake but it is all really good!”
The 75-minute walking tour will start in Pocklington Arts Centre’s auditorium – because every theatre has a ghost – before taking to the central streets of Pocklington to explore the town’s spooky past including myths, mystery and even murder.
These events have been made possible via an Active Creative Towns Community Grant.
Mysterious Pocklington is suitable for all ages. Tickets for both walks on Tuesday 29 March at 6.30pm and Wednesday 30 March at 6.30pm cost £7.50 each, £6 (Under 18s) and £24.00 (Family).
Please note this event takes place mostly outdoors. Participants are advised to wear appropriate clothing and footwear according to the weather conditions on the day. The ghost walk will only be cancelled in the event of extreme weather conditions.
To find out more visit www.pocklingtonartscentre.co.uk or call the Box Office on 01759 301547.