We all had a great time last night at the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, where we once again shared our "Victorian Evening of M.R. James" show with an appreciative audience. This is our third year of telling ghost stories live, the way that they were meant to be told, and it has been interesting working with a new format of all the stories coming from one author. Of course, it helps if that author is very popular in the genre!
While were we there, we took the opportunity of taking a new publicity shot for the show, which Tracey subsequently converted to give it a more Victorian feel. Here is what we came out with.
Pictured are, from left to right, Cousin Alice (Tracey), Cousin Henry (Mark) and his school friend Archie (Sam). Not pictured is Cousin Edith on the piano!
We were delighted to receive this five star review recently for this show, from an audience member who is a big M.R. James fan and who drove from Birmingham to Cornwall to see us perform.
"I would definitely recommend this to anyone. Great atmosphere and a great reading of the stories. Shall be looking forward to the next time. 10/10"
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review for us. We're glad it was worth the drive!