SPOOKY ghost stories have become very much part of the festive tradition in this country, from Mediaeval supernatural tales though Dickens’ "The Signalman", right up to the annual offerings from Mark Gatiss in the BBC Christmas schedule.
Actor and Storyteller Gerard Logan is master of the genre, having picked up awards at Edinburgh and Dublin festivals for his one-man shows.
"Hauntings" is an evening of three tales of the supernatural from two of the world’s greatest writers of ghost stories, E.F. Benson and M.R. James - "Naboth’s Vineyard", "The Hanging of Alfred Wadham" and "Oh, Whistle and I’ll Come to You, My Lad".
With masterful storytelling, "Hauntings" will transport you to a darker, more sinister world of the unexpected and the unexplainable.
The show is directed by Gareth Armstrong and music is by composer Simon Slater, known for his work with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
The performance will take place at Crediton Arts Centre at 7.30pm on Friday, January 13.
Tickets are £12 / £10 available from: www.ticketcource.co.uk/creditonartscentre .