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Playhouse

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Notorious horror writer, Jack Travis, has recently moved to a remote Scottish castle to develop a frightening new immersive play. But as he obsesses over the castle’s own dark history, disturbances from deep within the walls begin to prey on his troubled teenage daughter. Plagued by alarming demonic forces, Jack is soon forced to reckon with the terrifying consequences closing in on him. But will he realise the danger of unearthing a historic curse and stop writing his play before he damns himself and those he loves forever?

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Starring

Rebecca Calienda, Grace Courtney, Mathilde Darmady

Directed by

Fionn Watts, Toby Watts

Written by

Fionn Watts, Toby Watts

Country Of Origin

UK

Language

English

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