The world premiere production of The House on Cold Hill will be on stage at the Alexandra Theatre this week.
The play, which is touring the UK, tells the story of the Harcourt family – Ollie, Caro and daughter Jade – as they move into their dream house that has stood empty for the last forty years. However, as they begin to sense that they aren’t the only residents at Cold Hill, their new home quickly turns into the stuff of nightmares…
The House on Cold Hill is a modern-day ghostly thriller that will send shivers down your spine and make you think twice about returning home to a dark, empty house after the show! Adapted from the best-selling 2015 novel of multi-million selling author Peter James and based on his own experiences of a haunted house, the play stars Joe McFadden (Strictly Come Dancing, The Crow Road, Heartbeat, Holby City), Rita Simons, (Roxy Mitchell in Eastenders), Charlie Clements(‘Bradley’ in EastEnders) and Persephone Swales-Dawson (villainess ‘Nico Blake’ in Hollyoaks), making her professional stage debut. Completing the company will be Tricia Deighton, Padraig Lynch, Leon Stewart, Simon Balcon, Hannah Lindsey and Zoë Hickson.
The play reunites Peter James with two-time Olivier-nominated theatre producer Joshua Andrews, the Olivier award-winning director Ian Talbot and award-winning writer Shaun McKenna. The production is designed by Michael Holt, with lighting design by Jason Taylor, sound design by Martin Hodgson, video and production design by Nina Dunn and Matthew Brown, and original music by Nicholas Lloyd Webber.
The House on Cold Hill is on stage now at the Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham: Monday 6th – Saturday 11th May.
Access Performance: Wed 8 May, 2.30pm – Signed Performance
To purchase a ticket, visit here: www.atgtickets.com/Birmingham or call 08448 713 011