Apricity Theatre, Black Dog Productions and Dumb Blonde Theatre present…
‘Situated in the Cornish countryside, The White Heart Inn is ideal for a Christian getaway. Marvel at the grade II listed building, built in 1609 for the Bishop of Exeter. Enjoy what the quaint village has to offer. But please, for your own safety, stay away from the marshlands.’
Five guests arrive at the inn, each with a different expectation. To sleep, to explore, to hunt for ghosts. Things take a turn when they hear about the violent past of the very grounds they are staying on. The eccentric owners of the inn, Bethel and Hector, seem obsessed by the marshes next door. Local pride? Or a connection to something more sinister?
‘startlingly visceral’ Bristol 24/7 on There’s Nothing There
‘shocking and unexpected’ Glos Writers on There’s Nothing There
★★★★★ ‘unlike anything we have experienced’ 365 Bristol on Between the Armies
★★★★★ ‘nail-biting tension’ Bath Chronicle on Howl
Contains violence, strangulation, death, homophobia, sexual references, pregnancy, strong language, and flashing lights