A very special evening is promised at The Source Arts Centre on Saturday 6th of March, when the Thurles venue will play host to one of Ireland’s most famous ghosts. Helena Blunden has been haunting a deserted mill in Belfast since 1912. She has her own webcam on the Ghostwatch Ireland website and is now the subject of a fantastic new musical thriller from Big Telly Theatre Company.
Prepare for a scare as on a dark Halloween night, a disused old mill, said to be haunted, draws to its doors four people with secrets. An old woman from a home. An estranged father and daughter. And the ghost of a young girl. All searching for something. Their paths cross and interweave to reveal a dark family past where even half-forgotten melodies can take on an unforeseen significance…
The Haunting of Helena Blunden is the 35th production by Big Telly Theatre Company. This show, part musical, part thriller, part ghost story is as ambitious as it is entertaining. Music and song combine with a truly chilling story that will have you singing along one minute, and on the edge of your seat the next. Featuring an all star cast including Fair City actor Karl O’Neill as Michael and dame of the stage Helena Bereen as Maggie, This show is sure to be a smash. The last time Big Telly were at The Source with The Well of The Saints and The End of The Beginning they were the talk of the town for days. So don’t miss out on the chance to raise some goose bumps with The Haunting of Helena Blunden.
The Haunting of Helena Blunden is at The Source Arts Centre on Saturday 6th March at 8pm. Tickets €20 / €18 concession.
For Bookings please call the Box Office on 0504 90204 or log on to www.thesourceartscentre.ie