Centre stage for seance to settle a man’s fate

Velvet Evening Seance (Pic: Richard Frew Photography)
Velvet Evening Seance (Pic: Richard Frew Photography)

A stage show with a difference comes to the Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy, this weekend.

Velvet Evening Seance explores a world which fascinates many people – but not everyone is comfortable with.

Set in the Victorian era, it is based around a court appearance of a man charged with the murder of his brother.

James MacGregor is a medium, and he convinces the judge to allow him to stage a seance to establish his innocence.

Amid candles and velvet, he sets about trying to connect with the spirit world, and the jury.

Expect a journey of magic, crime and human fragility as the show poses the question – is James a charlatan, or a man who has found the truth?

Velvet Evening Seance (Pic: Richard Frew Photography)

Velvet Evening Seance (Pic: Richard Frew Photography)

Velvet Evening Seance is directed by Ross MacKay, multi-award winning magician and theatre-maker, and written by Suzie Miller.

It takes to the stage on Sunday at 7.30 pm

Ticket details from the theatre box office or online here: OnFife