Date(s) - 05/08/2021
7:30 pm - 10:15 pm
St Jude's Hall
**IMPORTANT COVID ANNOUCEMENT**
Due to the restrictions placed on St Jude’s Players audience numbers we are cancelling all performances of ‘THE GHOST TRAIN’.
Please note all refunds and/or deferments will be arranged in the coming week.
With all the hard work by the Director, Cast, Crew and Set Construction personnel it is a great disappointment, and this decision has not been an easy one to make.
Please keep safe and we look forward to seeing you in November for ‘THE PIG IRON PEOPLE’.
The Ghost Train is a comedy/thriller dubbed as one of the world’s scariest plays. It was written in 1923 by actor Arnold Ridley, after he was stranded overnight at a small, lonely railway station near Bristol. The plot revolves around a party of assorted railway travelers who find themselves stranded in the waiting room of an isolated rural station in Cornwall one dark and stormy night. The station master tries to persuade them to leave the site as he is closing the station for the night.