5 SPINE-CHILLING SHOWS TO SCARE YOU TO THE BONE THIS HALLOWEEN
We have ghosts, homicidal maniacs and gothic fairies coming to our theatres next year. Are you brave enough to join us?
The Cabinet of Dr Caligari
Fri 12 Jan | Festival Theatre
There’s nothing spookier than watching a scary silent film in a (reputedly) haunted old theatre. You might think this is nothing to be scared of, but The Cabinet of Dr Caligari promises thrills, chills and some pretty insane scenery as Cesare the somnambulist predicts the death of a carnival visitor.
The Case of the Frightened Lady
Mon 26 - Sat 31 March | King’s Theatre
A murder has been committed in the home of the Lebanon family. Why are the servants behaving so strangely? Who is the killer on the loose? And how come the family physician happens to be there? So many questions unanswered in this murder mystery.
Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde
Tue 10 - Sat 14 April | King’s Theatre
Dr Jekyll has unleashed the horrors of a monstrous alter-ego during one of his nerve-jangling experiments, causing havoc in foggy London. Will he find the cure in time?
Scottish Ballet’s Highland Fling
Tue 10 – Sat 14 April | Festival Theatre
A beguiling gothic fairy gets her wings cut off by a mortal. Not scary enough for you? Add to this magical world the decadent streets of Glasgow and you’ve got a perfect spooky potion for a night.
Love from a Stranger
Tue 5 – Sat 9 June | King’s Theatre
Careful what you wish for…Agatha Christie’s masterpiece is revived in this classic horror. Imagine you are alone in a remote and isolated country cottage with a handsome and charming stranger, who happens to be a sadistic serial killer. Can you sit through this chilling thriller without screaming?