Clockwork: Day 4

19 05 2011

“Not sure I should be this scared of a show adapted from a kids’ book! But through the gaps in my fingers, Clockwork was the most giddily imaginative production I’ve seen this year…” 

Everyone likes to be frightened, right? What’s the scariest story you’ve ever heard? Why was it scary?

‘I don’t know if it’s more frightening hearing them here in the parlour, or reading them later on your own,’ said someone else.
‘It’s worse on your own, believe me,’ said another. ‘You can feel the ghostly fingers creeping up your spine, and even when you know what’s going to happen next you can’t help jumping when it does.’...”*
www.visiblefictions.co.uk

Of course, it’s all very well telling scary stories… but how would you feel if the characters of your stories started coming alive, and weren’t too keen on following your plot…?

Book your tickets for Clockwork now by calling EPT’s Box Office on 0141 577 4970.

Sunday 22 May | 2pm
Standard £7
Concession £5

www.visiblefictions.co.uk

*Philip Pullman, Clockwork, 15

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