When: 24th – 31st October 2014 at 7pm
Where: Canterbury Tales, St. Margaret’s Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2TG
£: Admission costs £10 per person (Terrible Tales is not suitable for under 12s). To book visit www.canterburytales.org.uk or phone 01227 454888.
What is it?
If you are looking for some grown-up chills this Halloween, head to The Canterbury Tales in Kent, where Chaucer’s classic stories will be taking a sinister turn with live horror performances in a church graveyard.
From 24th to 31st October the Terrible Tales Halloween event will take place, with new twists and turns to terrify visitors. There will be horror performances by drama students from the University of Kent. The performances will be followed by a guided tour through the attraction, where nasty surprises await visitors as they walk the diseased streets of medieval England.
The Terrible Tales will be performed at 7pm every evening, with a late-night tour at 9pm on Friday 31st October for the really brave.
The Canterbury Tales provides a great introduction to the cathedral city and its famous literary connection, as well as being a hugely entertaining day out for the whole family. It brings to life five of Geoffrey Chaucer’s best-loved stories with tales of love, romance and trickery. The Canterbury Tales is one of Kent’s most popular attractions and has welcomed more than two million visitors from all over the world.
More info: www.canterburytales.org.uk