News: Small Truth Theatre and Terrifying Women announce its Halloween Fright Night Special

All aboard the Caravan of Nightmares…!

After the sell-out success of 2021’s Terrifying Women and 2022’s Terrifying Women II: The Return, Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Sampira & Abi Zakarian join forces with Small Truth Theatre to bring you Terrifying Women III: The Caravan of Nightmares, featuring three new tales of horror and suspense within the intimate and terrifying confines of the caravan, for one night only in West London.

It’ll be hell on wheels…

“Take a trip, in the dead of autumn to see tales unfold that may follow you home…
As long-term fans of the work that Small Truth Theatre do we are thrilled to be partnering with them for this unique theatre experience. The work that Yasmeen and Small Truth do to consistently provide inventive, inclusive and free theatre that is rooted so firmly in, and of, their local community is one that Terrifying Women are thrilled to become a part of this Halloween. We are particularly excited to see what it’s like to try and scare an audience who are so close to the performers… come and enjoy some bespoke close up horror…if you dare?”

“We are delighted to be joining forces with the amazing, inspiring, and empowering Terrifying
Women and commission the brilliant Morgan, Abi and Sampira, to write new tales of horror in our
little Caravan Theatre – aka the Caravan of Nightmares! Be afraid…be very afraid…for an epic and
intimate scary fright night on Halloween, conjuring up the spirits under the Westway on Portobello

Venue: Inside the Caravan Theatre – aka the Caravan of Nightmares
Date: Halloween Night – 31st October 2023
Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Location: Find us under the Westway on 281 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, West London
Tickets: ALL FREE – no need for a ticket – just turn up!
Age: Recommended 14+
Note: Limited capacity inside the Caravan Theatre – so first come, first…scared!

by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm
A woman is convinced her landlord is spying on her. But when she tries to catch him… she realises
it’s something much worse.

MEAT by Abi Zakarian
A drunk night out.
Walking home alone.
She’s starving; all she wants is a burger, no cheese.
But that bloke from Maccy D’s is following her, and he won’t take no for an answer…

Mia’s love for deep sea diving takes an unexpected turn after she returns home for a family tragedy.
Grieving the death of her father, she takes a swim in a nearby river. As she drags her body onto the
riverbank, she hauls out a conspiracy, questions for her family and something that shouldn’t still be

Writers: Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Sampira and Abi Zakarian
Directors: Tash Hyman, Caitriona Shoobridge, Katheleen O’Dougherty
Performers: Jacoba Williams, Redd Lily Roche and Luyanda Unati Lewis-Nyawo
Small Truth Theatre: Yasmeen Arden (Artistic Director) and Jamie Arden (Executive Producer)
Producer: Amanda Castro
Production Management: Jamie Arden

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