Come and join the Original Nottingham Ghost Walk and the Nottingham Arts Theatre for an exclusive evening tour inside this fantastic old building,
in Nottingham's historic Lace Market.
The Nottingham Arts Theatre started life as an underground Medieval pottery. In the early 1800s, a Church for the Particular Baptists was built here, with a congegation of over 1000 and school for the poor children of Nottingham.
Just after WWII, the Church was deconsicrated and became the Co-operative Arts Theatre, later becoming the Nottingham Arts Theatre you see today.
With phenomena ranging from the elusive Mad Archer the Mirror Man; the dark shape of a medieval potter; the haunted portrait of an actor who refuses to leave, to the disturbed spirits of children who experienced the harsh discipline of the Victorian school, Ghost Lights promises to be an evening to remember!
To express an interest, with no obligation, simply drop us an email and we'll contact you
as soon as the evening comes online. Title your email 'Ghost Lights'.