TMESIS Theatre is taking its show, The Dreadful Hours to the Rose Theatre, Ormskirk, following rave reviews at its premiere performance at the Liverpool Everyman last year.
What does TDH stand for?
TDH stands for The Dreadful Hours (My Dying Bride album)
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TMESIS Theatre brings The Dreadful Hours back to the stage this month.
But in the dreadful hours of Tuesday, when death arrived on a scale which American has no parallel for, there was just one city.
Chris Fittock's (right) latest play The Dreadful Hours has just enjoyed its premiere at the Everyman.
As least that's the promise made by Liverpool-based Tmesis and scriptwriter Chris Fittock, who have created The Dreadful Hours especially for the Everyman's new season.
Chris Fittock, a rising star on the playwright scene, joins forces with Tmesis Theatre on The Dreadful Hours at the Everyman in February, and the Playhouse boasts possibly the most frightening performance ever seen in Liverpool when Ghost Stories arrives next month.
Local talent will also play a strong role in the bill, with physical theatre company Tmesis collaborating with playwright Chris Fittock in The Dreadful Hours, a work that traces a couple's relationship from its romantic beginnings to uncomfortable silence.