Scares galore at Kedleston Hall

Are you game for the ultimate fright this Hallowe’en night?

A terrifying theatrical mix of classic ghost and horror stories is planned once dinner has been served at the National Trust’s Kedleston Hall.

Morbid Curiosities, an original theatrical ‘live’ equivalent of the classic horror paperback anthologies, is the creation of theatrical British Edwardian writers and performers Don’t Go Into The Cellar! Settle your nerves with a pre-performance drink and dinner in the Great Kitchen Restaurant before withdrawing to Caesar’s Hall for the show.

Gates open at 6.30pm and the evening will start with a two-course meal with glass of wine. Morbid Curiosities will be performed from 8pm. Booking is essential on 01332 842191.