Wednesday, 6 November 2013


Heads up for UK Followers.. this looks interesting. Tickets go on sale tomorrow. Link to box office below... thanks to Kate Webster

"The Gentlemen of Horror" takes you backstage on Cushing and Lee’s relationship, into the dressing rooms of the films they made together.

When they first worked together in "The Curse of Frankenstein" and "Dracula", Peter Cushing was one of the most famous actors in Britain, while Christopher Lee was unknown.

For the next quarter of a century, these two killed each other again and again and became firm friends. As Christopher Lee became internationally famous, Peter Cushing gradually retired into the quiet life. And yet neither quite lost their taste for blood...

'The Gentlemen of Horror' is written by James Goss (author of three Torchwood novels and a Radio 4 play, a Doctor Who audiobook Dead Air that won Best Audiobook 2010 and co-author of “The Doctor – His Lives and Times”, “A History of the Universe in 100 Objects” and “The Dalek Handbook”), and stars Simon Kane and Matthew Woodcock, who can be heard together as Sir Maxwell House and Roy Steel in popular podcast "The Monster Hunters".

7.30pm, 27/28/29 November
Woolwich Grand Theatre, 38 Wellington St, London, SE18 6XY

1 comment:

  1. I believe tickets are priced at £7.50 (though tomorrow we'll know for sure). I shall definitely be going to this.


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