The Grand Opera House, Clifford Street, York
Friday 13th Ghost Hunt
This is an interactive event and you will get to try the activities for yourselves - you will be involved in the investigation as much as you dare be!
The Grand Opera House now stands. In 450AD a nunnery stood on or around the site. It was originally built as a Corn Exchange and warehouse in 1868 and was subsequently converted into a Theatre opening in 1902.
In 1958 the Theatre was reconstructed, and was used for Roller Skating, Dancing, Bingo and Wrestling.
In 1989 the Theatre had a reprieve from all the Roller Skating and Bingo when it was restored back to live Theatre.
This building stands in a truly historic part of York - it has never before been investigated and from our initial walkarounds, is proving to be highly active.
Join us on Friday 13th for what we hope will be a fantastic interactive night of ghost hunting, where spirits of former employees, actors and workers will hopefully join us!
From: 22:30 To: 01:00
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