The Enfield Poltergeist

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After the tragic death of his daughter, Maurice Grosse joins the Society for Psychical Research in London. But while investigating the Enfield Poltergeist in 1977, he is haunted by coincidences surrounding paranormal activity that appears to be centred around one particular girl. Based on the true events of the infamous Enfield Poltergeist case, this is a journey of redemption, and the chance to lay old ghosts to rest.

Kiera Rhodes and Paul Voodini portray troubled characters, thrown together within the walls of a supposedly haunted council house in Enfield, who must not only solve the mystery of the poltergeist, but also find peace with their own tragic pasts. This is a new production for the Buxton Fringe, written and produced by Rhodes and Voodini.

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Wed 5th July, 4pm

Thu 6th July, 10pm

Fri 7th July, 2.30pm

Run time: 50 minutes