The Book of Darkness & Light in association with LittleMighty presents

Two classic ghost stories adapted and performed by Adam Z. Robinson

Two tales to chill the blood!

In The Monkey’s Paw by W.W. Jacobs the White family are visited by an old friend who brings with him a strange object, said to be able to grant wishes to anyone who possesses it. As the old saying goes: be careful what you wish for! The Upper Berth by F. Marion Crawford, sees Cabin 105 of an ill-fated ocean liner having many strange tales attached to it about the thing that dwells in the upper berth. But none of the stories can be true… can they?

Dare you join The Storyteller as he brings to life two classic ghost stories for a unique and thrilling solo show


 “Everyone needs to see this show.”  ★★★★★ The Reviews Hub on Upon the Stair 

One of my favourite pieces of horror media all year… I adored Shivers” Scan ★★★★★ on SHIVERS 

“A must-see production.” Northern Soul ★★★★★ on SHIVERS

Sublime in every sense of the word.”- High Tensile on SHIVERS

Kept me enthralled from the very beginning… Shivers is delightfully sinister fun.” – British Theatre Guide on SHIVERS

An unmissable evening of creepiness.”Weekend Notes on SHIVERS

A uniquely terrifying experience.”The Spooky Isles on SHIVERS

An astoundingly unsettling set of ghost stories… blew us away.”Great British Ghosts on SHIVERS

Audience Feedback:“The best piece of theatre I’ve seen in years.” “Spellbinding, mesmerising, perfection”
“Totally captivating”“What a night. One of the best things I’ve seen.”“Absolutely gripping.” “Creepy, beautiful and eerie”
“Eerily spooky, tales beautifully told.” “Brilliant, intense and thoroughly thrilling”. “Loved every minute.” “Amazing. Inspiring. Stunning characters. Loved it…. Sorry for screaming!” “Incredible performance. I was totally invested.  Thank you so much.” “Spine-tingling. The Storyteller paints pictures you can almost touch! Incredible.”

This performance is part of our 241 Member’s Offer. Please ask for details.

Show Details

Date of event:

2nd February 2023

Event details:

7.30pm £13/£15