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When
09/12/2018 - 17:30 to 20:00
16/12/2018 - 17:30 to 20:00
23/12/2018 - 17:30 to 20:00
Cost
£5 (NO Booking Fee)

Ghost Stories At Christmas

For three Sundays in December, we get spooky and offer up something different and hugely exciting for your pre-Christmas, Winter evenings.

It's GHOST STORIES FOR CHRISTMAS.

An evening of eerie tales in the dark (but toasty warm) surroundings of one of Newcastle’s most storied historic buildings, the Black Gate at Newcastle Castle.

There will be a mix of folk tales, readings of classic ghost stories and local authors reading some of their own original work, 6pm-8pm.
Doors are 5.30pm.

£5 per ticket with absolutely no booking fee.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ghost-stories-for-christmas-tickets-5314314...

Sunday 9th December
Mark Nixon
Mark is a writer of ghost stories who dwells by a graveyard in County Durham. He edited and published Shadows at the Door: An Anthology, which included his ghost story set in Durham Cathedral. Among other publications, Mark’s stories have also appeared on various podcasts including The NoSleep Podcast.

Sunday 16th December
David Ault
David is primarily a voice actor from the Midlands, currently living in North Yorkshire. He has worked in schools and theatres as a storyteller, and had some stories published on the NoSleep Podcast, for whom he has been a regular narrator for four years.

Sunday 23rd December
Icy Sedgewick
Icy Sedgwick is a Newcastle-based writer and blogger. She prefers to write fantasy, supernatural mysteries, Gothic horror and Westerns, when she's not blogging about weird myths, folklore, and all things curious or bizarre. Icy also loves sharing tales and legends related to Newcastle's history. When she's not writing, she's working on a PhD about set design in haunted house films. She ain't afraid of no ghosts...

Open 7-days per week from 10am until 5pm, you can visit the family-friendly historic attraction, located in Newcastle city centre, to reveal the story of how Newcastle began, the reason the City got its name and to walk in the steps of the people who lived and died in the shadow of Newcastle Castle. Steeped in history this imposing Norman fortress, is a rugged reminder of Northern England's turbulent history.

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