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ACTORS PREPARE TO SHOCK IN HALLOWEEN FOREST PRODUCTION.

CHILLING theatrics will set pulses racing in a North East forest this Halloween. A cast of 20 young actors with County Durham-based Jackass Youth Theatre and Jack Drum Arts are readying themselves for roles in a production at the 5,000-acre Hamsterley Forest, near Bishop Auckland, on Sunday, October 30.

Youngsters are invited to take part in a 40-minute spooky walk narrated by the actors on how the devil makes work for idle hands.

To book call 01388 488312. The cost is pounds 6 per person and ghost walks set out from Hamsterley Forest Visitor Centre from 5.30pm.

SPOOKY STROLL Paddy Burton of Jack Drum Arts takes on the role of the Devil to narrate a wicked evening''s Halloween entertainment in Hamsterley Forest.

Picture by Doug Jackson
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Oct 11, 2011
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