The spirit of Halloween is still well and truly alive at the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch as its chilling production of Alan Ayckbourn’s Haunting Julia, runs until 17 November.

It’s received plenty of critical praise from audiences and critics alike, here’s what they have to say:

★★★★ An intriguingly entertaining evening’ Broadwaybaby

★★★★ ½ Impeccable timing Anne at the Theatre

‘An impressive ending’ The Stage

‘The actors perform faultlessly throughout the night…I especially enjoyed Clive Llewellyn as Ken Chase’ Hornchurch Life

‘Matthew Spencer delivers a strong and nuanced performance as Andy Rollinson’ Spyinthestalls

‘Admirable performance of Sam Cox’ The Reviews Hub

‘Worthy of the West End! I would definitely recommend it’ This is Local London

‘This production was well cast and gave a great evening’s entertainment, with some superb surprises along the way. If you like suspense drama then this is definitely one for you.’ Theatre Life

‘If you’re looking for a show which is exciting, tense and has a generous sprinkle of supernatural thrown on top, this is a good one for you. It’s brilliantly paced, the dialogue is fantastic and the ending is dramatic beyond belief.’ Polka Dot Pages Blogger

‘There is much to think about in the play, especially about letting go and moving on’ London Theatre 1

‘Haunting Julia is certain to have you jumping out of your seats’ GatewayFM

‘A thought-provoking production’ Romford Recorder

‘Very impressed’ Audience Member

‘Excellent with first class acting’ Audience Member

‘Mesmerising, lots of jumps from your seat!’ Audience Member

‘Compelling viewing’
Audience Member

‘The ending was fantastic!’ Audience Member

Haunting Julia runs at the theatre until Saturday 17 November. For more information about this production and to book click here.

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