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An Audience with a Ghost Hunter

St Nicholas Priory, Exeter
31st
October - 11th November 2023


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Are you brave enough to join the hunt?

An Audience with a Ghost Hunter is an atmospheric and immersive experience taking place throughout Exeter’s oldest building. 

As the sun sets and darkness takes hold, join esteemed ghost hunter, Dr Robin Knapman, on a thrilling journey through the haunted halls and hidden chambers of this ancient site. From ghostly whispers in the dark, to objects moving of their own accord, you never know what you’ll encounter in the priory’s shadowy depths...

An Audience with a Ghost Hunter is an experience like no other, where you become an active participant in the investigation. As the evening unfolds, you'll find yourself immersed in a world of unexplained noises, spectral monks, and secret exorcisms. Who knows, perhaps you could be the one to finally unravel the mysteries of this troubled building. 

Tickets are limited, so book now before they vanish into thin air…


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An Audience with a Ghost Hunter 


31st October - 11th November



Are you brave enough to join the hunt?

An Audience with a Ghost Hunter is an atmospheric and immersive experience taking place throughout Exeter’s oldest building. 

As the sun sets and darkness takes hold, join esteemed ghost hunter, Dr Robin Knapman, on a thrilling journey through the haunted halls and hidden chambers of this ancient site. From ghostly whispers in the dark, to objects moving of their own accord, you never know what you’ll encounter in the priory’s shadowy depths...

An Audience with a Ghost Hunter is an experience like no other, where you become an active participant in the investigation. As the evening unfolds, you'll find yourself immersed in a world of unexplained noises, spectral monks, and secret exorcisms. Who knows, perhaps you could be the one to finally unravel the mysteries of this troubled building. 

Tickets are limited, so book now before they vanish into thin air…


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“Wandering Tiger brought a delightfully fun and interactive workshop to our library. Their warm and inclusive approach saw children, parents and grandparents forget their inhibitions and enter into the creative spirit. Highly recommended!”
- Chris Launder, Exmouth Library
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MORE INFORMATION: The show lasts approximately 60 minutes and there is no interval. We are unable to admit latecomers once a performance has started so please arrive early to avoid disappointment. 
 
AGE RESTRICTIONS: This production is suitable for ages 14+. 

DIRECTIONS: St Nicholas Priory is located on Mint Lane, a footway leading off from Fore Street. The entrance to the lane can be found between the Little Drop Of Poison pub and TapiTapa restaurant.
 
ENTRY: We’re unable to admit latecomers once the performance has begun so please arrive early to avoid disappointment. Wandering Tiger reserves the right to refuse entry or remove audience members from the show due to inappropriate behaviour at any time without a refund or readmittance.
 
BAGS & COATS: We are unable to offer a cloakroom service. Please keep your belongings to a minimum and don’t bring anything larger than a rucksack with you to the event.

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ST NICHOLAS PRIORY: Founded by William the Conqueror in 1087, St Nicholas Priory was home to Benedictine monks for over 400 years. In 1536, like other monasteries, it was closed and the remains became the home of wealthy Tudor merchants. The two ranges remaining from the original four-sided structure are now managed by Exeter Historic Buildings Trust.

ACCESS: Some seating will be available during the show but you will mostly be standing and walking so comfortable footwear is recommended. Unfortunately, due to the nature of this historic venue, the show is not suitable for wheelchair users.

CLOTHING: St Nicholas Priory can get cold so we recommend wearing warm layers to ensure maximum comfort.

MOBILE PHONES & CAMERAS: The use of cameras and mobile phones is strictly prohibited during the performance.

MORE INFORMATION: The show lasts approximately 60 minutes and there is no interval. We are unable to admit latecomers once a performance has started so please arrive early to avoid disappointment. 
 
AGE RESTRICTIONS: This production is suitable for ages 14+. 

DIRECTIONS: St Nicholas Priory is located on Mint Lane, a footway leading off from Fore Street. The entrance to the lane can be found between the Little Drop Of Poison pub and TapiTapa restaurant.
 
ENTRY: We’re unable to admit latecomers once the performance has begun so please arrive early to avoid disappointment. Wandering Tiger reserves the right to refuse entry or remove audience members from the show due to inappropriate behaviour at any time without a refund or readmittance.
 
BAGS & COATS: We are unable to offer a cloakroom service. Please keep your belongings to a minimum and don’t bring anything larger than a rucksack with you to the event.

ST NICHOLAS PRIORY: Founded by William the Conqueror in 1087, St Nicholas Priory was home to Benedictine monks for over 400 years. In 1536, like other monasteries, it was closed and the remains became the home of wealthy Tudor merchants. The two ranges remaining from the original four-sided structure are now managed by Exeter Historic Buildings Trust.

ACCESS: Some seating will be available during the show but you will mostly be standing and walking so comfortable footwear is recommended. Unfortunately, due to the nature of this historic venue, the show is not suitable for wheelchair users.

CLOTHING: St Nicholas Priory can get cold so we recommend wearing warm layers to ensure maximum comfort.

MOBILE PHONES & CAMERAS: The use of cameras and mobile phones is strictly prohibited during the performance.


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