Bridgnorth Ghost Walks

Over 400 people will take a guided tour of Bridgnorth stopping en route to hear the tale of how each of the 10 ghosts met their grisly end. Each of the ghosts is played by an actor from the theatre, dressed in costume depicting their character.

All the tales are based on true events which happened in the town and include tales of grisly murders, tragic accidents as well as some brave actions which still resulted in death, leaving tormented souls searching for peace, and a final resting place.

The Ghost Walk is a highly popular event in Bridgnorth and has sold out every year, with many of the Ghost Walkers turning up dressed in Halloween costumes, and the walk ends at the Theatre where there are other ghostly manifestations.

Iain Reddihough, Artistic Director, said: “The Ghost Walk is a very popular event at the Theatre and gives our guests the opportunity to see Bridgnorth on foot. It is also very pleasing to see so many entering into the Halloween spirit in costume, particularly the younger people who in many cases are scarier than the ghosts themselves.”

Tickets Adults £8.00, children £4.00 from theBox Office in the TIC at Bridgnorth Librarytel 01746 763257.

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