Craven District Council

Craven District Council

Odd Doll: Seaside Terror

Suitable for anyone brave enough! Ages 10+


Friday 26 October 2018 - 18:00 PM

Odd Doll's: Seaside Terror
Friday 26th October
Time: 6pm
Tickets: £8.00 / U18 Ticket £6.00

Odd Doll take a trip to the seaside, where there find more than they bargained for. The only other inhabitant of the dilapidated pier is a rather sinister ice cream man. And he’s got some very strange stories to tell...

His mind-boggling collection of hysterical horrors including ‘Evil Seagul’, ‘Zombie Donkeys’, and ‘Bingo Hairballs’.

Stuffed with fun frights and ice cream chills, Seaside Terror is a celebration of the British horror and British holidays of the 1970s. Funny, nostalgic and visually stunning, Odd Doll use their trademark brew of puppetry, mask and specially composed music to fill the stage with nerve-shattering shocks.

Suitable for anyone brave enough! Ages 10+

1 hour show, no interval.

A performance in partnership with Rural Arts On Tour.

"We are Odd Doll: Creating puppetry theatre for adults and children using experimental visuals, live music and collected stories."

Tickets available to buy online through the 'Book Tickets' link above.

Raked seating will be in use.  The seats will be unreserved and allocated on a first come first served basis. 

If any members of your party have any hearing, sight or physical impairments please indicate upon booking and the Box Office staff will make necessary arrangements.

Box office situated in the Tourist Information Centre 
Open 10am - 4pm, Monday to Saturday
Phone orders welcome - 01756 792809

Skipton Town Hall is committed to ensuring all customers can participate and enjoy our events; visitors who need someone to accompany them to access an event or performance can get a free carer ticket for their companion. Please call our Box Office team on 01756 792809 to request the ticket.

For all events and performances, groups purchasing 10 or more tickets will receive a 10% discount on their ticket prices. 

“A surprisingly entertaining and imaginative piece of work.” 

 The British Theatre Guide


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