Justin Wetheril has completely built the soundscape for the play from the ground up (more details on the Blaine Manor page on this site) there have been a couple of enhancements for the coming run and those that have seen the show before will probably notice them.
Darren McGinn (who has worked with Tales from Paradise Heights for some years now) created all of the beautiful posters for the play and of course for this run has created this stunning animated trailer, underscored by Justin's original haunting theme music and sound effects. It's fantastic when two talents come together like this, without their considerable talents this show would not be the production it is.
And there is much more of Justin's work on his website at the link below:
Check 'em out, two amazing talents who both deserve much more recognition, I can't wait to work with them both again...and I have something in mind :D
Hope to see you all next week, and don't forget to book those tickets - we're filling up fast - oh and allow for traffic and parking, parking can be an issue and the traffic wardens are lethal there. Coming by train is always a good option, straight to Salford Central Railway Station, come out and turn left, walk about 100 yards and cross the road by the Salford Arms and enter Bloom Street, The Kings Arms is down that street on the left.
More on the play and its genesis here...