The Enfield Poltergeist

By ACT284

Fresh from the fringe theatre circuit, the original stage production based on the alleged haunting of a council house in Enfield, London arrives at the Puppet Theatre in Norwich as part of their spring UK tour. Described by the Yorkshire Times’ theatre critic as ‘engaging and thought provoking’ and the subject of a recent article in the Guardian newspaper, The Enfield Poltergeist show explores the real story behind the lurid press headlines!

Following the tragic death of his daughter, Maurice Grosse joins the Society for Psychical Research in London. But while investigating the Enfield Poltergeist in 1977, he is haunted by coincidences surrounding paranormal activity that appears to be centred around one particular girl. Based on the true events of the infamous Enfield poltergeist case, this is a journey of redemption, and the chance to lay old ghosts to rest.

Kiera Rhodes and Paul Voodini portray troubled characters, thrown together within the walls of a supposedly haunted council house in Enfield, who must not only solve the mystery of the poltergeist, but also find peace with their own tragic pasts.

Further Information for The Enfield Poltergeist

Start time 7.30pm

Running time approx 50 minutes and does not have an interval

Recommended for ages 15 and up. This performance contains several loud noises and occasional very bad language. This performance features themes surrounding the death of a child, loss, and grieving.

There is a fully stocked bar at the venue serving drinks and snacks.

Additional Access

All performances have unreserved seating. Please note that there is a flight of stairs to get into the auditorium. If you require the front accessible row or step-free access, please book the accessible row.


Ticket price £10



Photo credit Jon Sims


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