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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow extends tour into 2022

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow have announced  more dates

Following a hugely successful UK tour in 2021, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow have announced  more dates so that this thrilling adaptation can be performed on more stages across the UK. Washington Irving’s classic tale has been given new life by acclaimed playwright Philip Meeks  (Murder, Margaret and Me; Harpy) who wields the horror genre to reflect on the lingering  appeal of fables, storytelling and monsters. The ghoulish production revitalises the classic text  to leave audiences simmering with anticipation. Welcome to Sleepy Hollow. 

Stars of the stage and screen, Wendi Peters (Big! The Musical; Coronation Street) and Bill Ward (Everybody’s Talking About Jamie; Emmerdale) lead on the stage, alongside Sam Jackson (Skins,  E4; Beautiful Thing, National Tour), Rose Quentin (York Witches Society, MSR Media), Lewis  Cope (Vera, ITV; Witness for the Prosecution, London County Hall) and Jon Paul Rowden (The  Government Inspector, Newcastle Theatre Royal; Twelfth Night, UK tour with The Lord  Chamberlain’s Men). 

Arriving as the new teacher, Ichabod Crane finds himself embroiled in the secrets and unsettling  traditions of the locals. However, all is not as it seems. When disturbing events overwhelm the  small town, he finds himself swept up in a dangerous mystery which leaves him doubting his  own sanity – and audiences on the edge of their seats. Directed by Jake Smith (The Hound of  the Baskervilles; A Christmas Carol; I’m Gonna Pray For You So Hard), this production transforms  the American Dream into the American Gothic.  

Jake Smith comments, Sleepy Hollow is undoubtedly one of the greatest horror stories ever  written and a tour de force to stage. This production has at its heart the power of nomadic  storytelling and gathering around the campfire for a good ghost story. It is an important story for now as we look at conversations around the identity of nations, communities and humankind  throughout the world. 

Performance Dates  

18th –22nd January Crewe Lyceum Theatre, Crewe, 0343 310 0050 | 

24th – 29th January New Theatre, Cardiff, 0343 310 0041 | 

2nd – 5th February Eden Court, Inverness, 01463 234234 | 

15th – 19th February Derby Theatre, 01332 59 39 39 | 

1st – 5th March New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, 01473 295900 |

8th – 12th March Theatre Clwyd, 01352 344101 |