Paul Unwin’s new play THE ENFIELD HAUNTING is coming to theatres soon. 

Catherine Tate and David Threlfall will star in a new play based on one of the most famous poltergeist events in the world.

Written by Paul Unwin, and directed by Angus Jackson, THE ENFIELD HAUNTING will play at Brighton Theatre Royal and Richmond Theatre, before moving to The Ambassadors Theatre in London for a limited West End season from 30 November 2023 until 2 March 2024.

Catherine said: “I’m thrilled to be part of The Enfield Haunting and can’t wait to start working with the first-class creative team and the brilliant David Threlfall.”

David said: ‘I’m delighted to be reuniting with director Angus Jackson and working for the first time with the amazing Catherine Tate on Paul Unwin’s version of the UK’s most famous incident of psychological inhabitation,  The Enfield Haunting, in 1977.’ 

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