London theatre news
Dracula at Islington Metal Works
5 March 2020
A new, immersive production retells the classic tale of Dracula from a modern perspective, in the haunting surroundings of Islington Metal Works, from 24 March.
Night of the Living Dead LIVE! extends
16 April 2019
Now there's three extra weeks to join a bunch of strangers holed up in a farmhouse in rural Pennsylvania facing approaching hoards of the undead - at the Pleasance Islington until 8 June.
The Teind at the Old Red Lion
11 September 2018
A personalised, choose-your-own-adventure horror story unfolds through daily interactions with characters over three weeks via email, text or social media, before a final face-to-face interaction ...
The Exorcist at the Phoenix Theatre
18 August 2017
Forty-six years after William Peter Blatty's best-selling novel terrified an entire generation, The Exorcist is unleashed onto the West End stage for the very first time - and we have tickets from just £20!
Hammer House of Horror Live at Hoxton Hall
26 July 2017
Hammer Film Production announces its first ever immersive theatre experience at Hoxton Hall from 7 to 31 October 2017.
10 February 2017
One of the greatest gothic tales of all time will come to life in the eerily atmospheric Wilton's Music Hall in an extraordinary new production of Mary Shelley's classic Frankenstein, from 7 to 18 March.
Lunatic at Theatre N16
12 October 2016
This Halloween, Riot Act presents Whit Hertford's new take on Dracula. The play examines the roots of psychotherapy through sessions between alienist Dr John Seward and his patient R.M. Renfield of Bram Stoker's classic novel.
Howl at the Rosemary Branch Theatre
6 October 2016
Time to get in touch with the spirits with this interactive horror experience on offer from the Rosemary Branch Theatre from 11 October 2016.
London Horror Festival
18 August 2016
The UK's original and largest festival of horror in the performing arts returns to London in its new home at the Old Red Lion Theatre. A celebration of the ghoulish, the thrilling and the downright macabre - from 10 to 30 October 2016.