In a remote country house, the newly-appointed governess arrives to take charge of the orphaned Flora and Miles. She must fight to protect them from strange and menacing spirits. But are these apparitions real? What terrible evil occurred before her arrival?
This immersive trailer combines music recorded using spatial audio techniques and interactive graphics to create an eerie, haunted landscape. Explore the different scenes and hover over figures to hear them up close… or behind you...
£15 to £75
Leeds Grand Theatre
Theatre Royal Newcastle
The Lowry, Salford Quays
Theatre Royal, Nottingham
Approximately 2 hours and 15 minutesBook now
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In a remote country house, a new governess arrives to take charge of two orphans, Flora and Miles. But strange and menacing spirits seem to be preying on the children. Are the ghosts real? What terrible evil occurred before her arrival?
“I have not forgotten your charge of silence”
After a sleepless night, the Governess awakes at dawn and writes to the children’s uncle, explaining that something seems awry.
“It is a wicked lie”
Miles has been expelled from school. The Governess worries he is bad, but is reassured by the housekeeper Mrs. Grose as she watches Miles and Flora play together.
At dusk by the lake, Miles sings an eerie song that he learnt in his Latin lesson earlier in the day.
“I’m here, O I’m here!”
Late at night, the ghosts of Peter Quint and Miss Jessel call out to Miles and Flora, drawing them nearer and nearer…
Opera North’s spine-chilling production of The Turn of the Screw is touring theatres in the north of England in February and March 2020.