The Hunters of Ghost Hall
Stage play by written by Tristan Wolfe and produced by Most Curious Productions
Most Curious Productions return to Brighton Fringe with The Hunters of Ghost Hall. They are dead excited to be back after last year’s successful play, Finding Yourself Offside, a drama about sexuality and prejudice in modern football.
This year, for a complete change, they have gone for a comedic drama about haunted mansions and ghosts.
Writer and director Tristan Wolfe said, “I am extremely thrilled to bring this play to Brighton Fringe. I have built on the successful experience of writing and directing for last year’s Fringe, and I have one aim, as usual, and that is for people to be theatrically engaged and thoroughly entertained. We are staging the play in the round, and I have commissioned music and sound especially for this play. I have a great cast and crew working hard to produce the best theatre experience I can. I am using my extensive experience as a performer, writer, director and keen fan of Fringe and theatre, to Brighton and hopefully take it beyond later this year and for years to come. “
2 TV ghost hunters, 2 treasure hunters, 1 spooky mansion.
What would happen if a television crew and a pair of treasure hunters, unaware of each other’s presence, find themselves in the same spooky mansion in the middle of nowhere? The TV crew are there to do preliminary filming with a psychic expert. The treasure hunters look for shelter, in the same mansion and at the same time. Spooky coincidence? Neither pair is aware of the other. Who will get what they are looking for? Is the mansion really haunted?
Brighton Fringe 2019 marks the world debut of The Hunters of Ghost Hall.
The financial bit
We are a professional theatre company, but doesn't mean we make a lot of money from theatre, like most theatre companies.
Your generous donations will be used towards the following in 2019, not just Brighton but beyond:
- Fringe registration costs
- Theatre Hire
- Paying the cast and crew
- Rehearsal Room costs
- Travel Costs
- Theatre props
- Theatre staging costs
- Marketing printing costs
- Marketing online costs
Your money means we can do all of the above. None of us involved make a lot of money and the more support we get the more money helps us all pay a few more bills. This in turn helps up develop and produce the very best theatre experience we can.
We are also in advanced planning to take the show to Eastbourne and London this summer, and some of the money raised will go towards making this happen.