We would like to thank our fabulous audiences, the reviewers and their words that will help us get further, and of course to Lisa Connor and her staff down at The Kings Arms who have all been fantastic.
A group of dedicated professionals (both onstage and off) listed on the page linked below all did their absolute damnedest to bring this production to the stage, their fantastic work has planted the seeds that will help the show grow.
Special mentions for Catia Soeiro (for being Catia and for helping out behind the scenes on the earlier run of the show and for doing box office on this run) Sue Womersley and Neil Bell for helping out on box office on our opening night - even though they had only come to watch the play they insisted on doing it when they realised that I'd be doing it - I really appreciated them volunteering on the spur of the moment like that. Mark Simpson for positioning the lights, and extra special mention to David Heald for filling in the gaps all along the way juggling lighting desk and box office duties, and for doing such a sterling job on the lighting desk every night. Further mentions for Salford University, Kieron Moran and The Carlton Club, Prestwich; Debbie Wells; Stephen Kingston and Ian Leslie at The Salford Star; Becky Want and Helen Brown at BBC Radio Manchester.
We know it's a beginning of sorts and that the true hard work still lies ahead; but we are excited, passionate about what we are doing and - most importantly - are having a great time with it, it's a wonderful company to work with and to be a part of. We are more than up to taking on any hard road ahead in order to get the show further afield.
The Haunting of Blaine Manor will return.
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