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Arnold Ridley wrote the 'Ghost Train' in 1923. It is a charming but
spooky tale which has since been performed all over the UK many times.
It is also a film starring Arthur Askey.
The idea for the play came to Arnold after eerie experiences one night
waiting for a connecting train at Mangotsfield station.
Arnold Ridley is possibly best known for playing 'Godfrey' in 'Dad's
Army'. He was however a renowned actor and prolific playwright, who had
connections with the South West and Bristol.
This is an Angelhair and JDJB Production.'
£9 Full Price
£7 Concession Price and Matinee Price
Box office : 0117 9304264
25th - 26th November 2014
Running Time 50mins
Tickets £6 full/ £5 concession
A tragic flow inspired by a children's tale… with phantasies, masks, silence, blood, memories, ribbons and live music. Billie Killer - the tragic story of Goat who's Billies are killed by Wolf.
Open to Mum Billies,
Mother brings you milk in teats
In her back a ball of salt,
Cornmeal in her heel,
In the armpits
Tuft of flowers'