There’s a chance to listen to two spine-chilling ghost stories at March Library.
As part of ‘Arts Alive’ in Libraries, the library is giving you the chance to hear two ghost stories by M R James, performed by R M Lloyd Parry.
Over a century after they were first published, the ghost stories of M R James retain their power to terrify and amuse.
This gripping one-man-show retells two of the earliest and eeriest.
In Canon Alberic’s Scrap-book, a young Cambridge antiquary discovers the devil in the details of an old book in a medieval town in the French Pyrenees.
In The Mezzotint, a ghoulish revenge is enacted within a work of art, before the helpless eyes of a museum curator in Oxford.
The performance is at the City Road library on Friday, January 22, starting at 7pm.
Tickets are £5 and drinks are available.
You can book at the library or email your.library@ cambridgeshire.gov.uk