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One More Fright Night!

The last night of our spooky Autumn tour, Saturday 12th November with the Haunted Hotel Crew, scaring up a storm at Fishers Hotel Pitlochry with Sarah-Beth Brown, Dougie Walker, Trish Mullen and Alfie Wellcoat.

It has been an amazing few weeks for The Walking Theatre Company we have truly been spooky all over Scotland, from the Highlands to the lowlands and our talented teams have done us proud. A big shout out to the talent of#scottishactors and writers and the production crew, who all make our creative industry so powerful. Next stop, Christmas!

Haunted Town Hall – 25/09/15 @ Clydebank Town Hall

Fancy something spooky to look forward to this September? Why not join our wickedly wonderful murderous crew at Clydebank Town Hall on the 25th of September, for a haunting night out!!

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Are you brave enough to walk the corridors of the Town Hall at night…? Dare you to find out – book your tickets today!

Fancy a SPOOK this April?

A spooky special offer for all our Murder Mystery fans! Fancy a weekend at The Haunted Hotel? Join us at The Argyll Hotel in Dunoon on the weekend of 24th-25th of April…Friday night sees the Glasgow Paranormal Investigators share their stories, while on Saturday a mysterious murderer is on the loose!

Only £99 per person for 2 nights Dinner Bed & Breakfast (inc. Murder Mystery), or £24.95 per person for a devilish and delicious Murder Mystery Dinner! Contact The Argyll Hotel direct to book, on 01369 702 059…you’d be dead silly to miss out…

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Happy clients, happy TWTC!

This is what we like to hear! Lots of great feedback from our Murder Mystery at the fantastic Strathpeffer Pavilion this weekend! The audience were just outstanding, and made the night a very special and unforgettable one! Glorious surroundings, a very tasty dinner, and lots of Murder Mystery mayhem – an ideal Friday night! Thanks Strathpeffer – see you again soon!

AMAZING Murder Mystery Night by The Walking Theatre Company, strong performances by the actors, intriguingly complex plot line and maximum audience involvement, everyone really enjoyed it. Thank you so much to Sadie and team. Plus you were an inspiration to the Dingwall Players members in the audience, thanks for that too! Not forgetting thanks to chef Raymond and team for a delicious dinner.
Thank you to everyone at Strathpeffer Pavilion for welcoming our team with open arms, and a big thank you to our fantastic audience who made the night so unforgettable!
For more information on Strathpeffer Pavilion, visit http://www.strathpefferpavilion.org