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The official podcast for Teddington Theatre Club, a non-professional theatre company based in South London.
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Written by E Nesbit and ready by Sally HalseyThree girls are told a late-night tale of evil, the tragic ending of which hits too close to home. 
Written by Olivia Howard Dunbar and read by Heather StockwellFrances has just passed away, but she can't pass over - not quite yet. The story of three people, two living and one supernatural, who are involved in an unusual romantic triangle!
Written by Henry James ready by Danny Wain A widow of a famous author commissions her husband’s friend Withermore, to write his biography. She gives the friend free access to all of her husband’s papers and invites him to use his study to write in, but after some strange occurrences, he fears that the dead author might not wish to have his life exposed. 
Written by Mary E Wilkins and ready by Becky Tarry.This chilling tale follows a family that decides to rent a house already known to be haunted. What could possibly go wrong?!
Written by Edgar Allan Poe and read by Shana De CarsignacThis is a classic in gothic literature – a tale about a grieving widower tormented by a raven. At midnight, the man hears a tapping on his door - attempting to ignore it, the unidentified source of the unwelcome noise continues to distract him.
Written by Mary Elizabeth Braddon and read by Lydia KennardLovers part and vow to remain faithful, but the romance is shattered by one of them who breaks the promise  - and a heart with chilling consequences. 
Written by Charles Dickens read by Andy Smith A macabre tale of the narrator who meets a railway signalman who is plagued by paranormal occurrences - he tells of an apparition that has been haunting him.
We talk to Vicky Horder and Jacqui Grebot about the challenges of curating theatre props on a budget.  Learn about their hoarding skills, charity shop scouring and the art of crafting.
This episode we speak to some of the creatives behind Pink Mist by Owen Sheers. We speak to  Co- Directors, Nigel Cole and Gita Singham-Willis together with Mike Elgey (Lighting) and Harry Jacobs (Sound) on the unique challenges of putting on this production and how this amazing piece came together.
We ask TTC members; Linda Hansell, Steve Wayman and Lottie Walker that very question! All three have worked on several TTC productions at Hampton Hill Theatre, so they have plenty of insight to share.
Written by Elizabeth Gaskell and ready by Dorothy DuffyA seventeen-year-old girl is charged with the care of a young toddler, following the death of the child’s parents. The two are tearfully whisked away to a mysterious mansion where the supernatural reigns with abandon. An eerie short story, with all the ingredients of the perfect gothic tale: an old manor, dark secrets, brooding weather and ghostly goings-on. 
Written by M R James and read by Steve TaylorA young orphan, called Stephen arrives at Aswarby Hall, the country estate of his elderly uncle, Mr Abney. His uncle is known to have previously taken in other disadvantaged children, but they never stayed for long. A few months after his arrival, Stephen begins to experience some inexplicable and disturbing events, did the other children leave, or did something more sinister happen to them?
Written by E. Nesbit and read by Mia Skytte-JensenA deliciously creepy story about a nurse who is summoned to a farm to help with an usual case, and finds a couple slowly going mad. The Violet Car comes from the author of The Railway Children, but this is definitely one for grown ups only! 
Written by Amy Lowell and read by Heather MathewIn this chilling poem, picture a crossroads, a stake and roadside burial. There will be no peace or rest for the living or dead while the stake is there.  
Written by Edgar Allan Poe and read by Harry MedawarAfter committing unprovoked violence, the narrator is tormented by the sound of his victim’s beating heart. What will it do to his conscience and where will it lead him next?Expect insanity, paranoia and psychological contradictions in this classic horror story.
Written by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm and read by Zoe Harvey-LeeA miller's daughter is betrothed to a suitor chosen by her father. The daughter has a bad feeling about this man and when she is finally forced to visit him at home, she learns the terrible truth about her future husband!
Written by William Fryer Harvey and read by Luke DaxonTwo men, unknown to each other, whose glimpses of the other's possible future suggest that one of them will be murdered and the other will be the murderer.This ghostly tale has an atmosphere of danger, of an accident waiting to happen – it could leave you with many unanswered questions… 
The Interval written Vincent O’Sullivan and read by Cath MessumMrs Wilton has been making the rounds of psychics trying to contact her deceased husband. It is 1919 in England and like a lot of women, she is newly widowed from the Great War. This is a sad tale of grief and loss and more subtly, about the human cost of war.
Written by H.H Munro and read by Sian WaltersA young man, suffering from a nervous condition, introduces himself at a neighbour’s country house. He is welcomed with a story of family horror that chills his soul.
Written by Edgar Allan Poe and read by Nigel Cole.Animal lovers beware, this is by no means a fluffy tale and comes with a 'Drinkaware' warning! Pluto, the black cat, was the narrator’s best friend and they did everything together – until alcohol addiction puts a wrench in their friendship. Listen in horror as the narrator declines from good to evil – urbane to insane.
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