Join us for the national tour of The Watch House this autumn!
Adapted by Chris Foxon, based on the novel by Robert Westall, this funny, thrilling ghost story is perfect viewing as the dark nights close in. Suitable for young people aged 10+, families, and every adult who likes a spooky story.
“Brilliant actors, proper goosebumps, hilarity.” The Reviews Hub
“There’s a legend about the Watch House. Scrape beneath the whitewash and you’ll find terror. You’ll find him.”
Once a coastguard station renowned for daring rescues, the old Watch House is now all but abandoned. Just like Anne, dumped here while her parents sort their divorce. She’s never felt more alone. But she isn’t… 
Sunk deep in the past is a secret which threatens everything. Only Anne can stop it. Catapulted on an adventure through graveyards, discos and shipwrecks, she and her eccentric crew must uncover the truth before it’s too late.
“A smart and spooky festive treat.” The Stage
Alnwick Playhouse – 24 October
Lighthouse, Poole – 26 October
Dorchester Arts – 27 October
Mowlem Theatre, Swanage – 29 October
Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis – 30 October
Barbican Theatre, Plymouth – 1 & 2 November
Barnfield Theatre, Exeter – 5 & 6 November
Leeds Playhouse – 8 & 9 November
Marsden Mechanics Hall – 12 November
Queen’s Hall, Hexham – 13 & 14 November
The Crypt, Middlesbrough Town Hall – 15 November
Cullercoats Watch House (staged reading) – 16 November