BUCKLE up for a rip-roaring ride as a motley crew of adventurers crash into Hexham next week.
Stage comedy company, Gonzo Moose is bringing its production, The Thing That Came From Over There to the Queen’s Hall theatre.
Inspired by horror films of the 1950s, the play combines paranoia, suspense and hilarity.
Audiences are transported back to 1912 as legendary explorers Scott and Armundsen begin their race across Antarctica.
Though keen to join the adventure, hapless explorer Captain Reginald Cranston manages to land on the wrong side of the continent.
After a meteor crashes nearby, Cranston and his team set out to investigate.
The plot follows the explorers as they discover the ancient evil lurking inside the crater.
The production is performed by just three actors who inhabit over 15 roles in the 85 minute tale.
With comedy and thrills galore, the show features visual gags, verbal wit, giant puppetry, and even a little bit of live music.
The Thing That Came From Over There will be performed in the main theatre at 7.30pm on Wednesday, March 29.
For more information visit: www.queenshall.co.uk/events/thing-came-over-there
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