Written by Arnold Ridley
Presented by Bath Drama
A dark and stormy night in the waiting room of a remote Cornish railway station in 1919, where a group of stranded passengers are thrown into a state of terror by the tales - and appearance - of a mysterious ghost train which kills anyone who looks at it...
This classic thriller is part of Bath Drama's centenary season, chosen because the author was a member of the club before he went on to fame as Private Godfrey in 'Dad's Army'.
On Saturday 11th there is a special gala performance to celebrate Bath Drama's centenary. Tickets for this show are £13/£11 and a glass of bubbly is included in this price. More details will be announced soon.
Please note that a theatre restoration levy of £1 per ticket applies to all transactions, whether made in person at our Box Office, by post or by phone, for all payment types. Telephone bookings incur an additional £1.75 booking fee per transaction.