Twisted tales of love

Need an antidote to the saccharin-fest of Valentine’s?

Then come on down to Hand of Doom’s twisted tales of love and lust on Friday, February 15 from 8pm at Juncion 13, 1B Town Walk, Folkestone, CT20 2AD.

Fabulous poundshop prizes are also up for grabs in our usual competition.

Tickets cost £5 and are available from the venue or from https://bit.ly/2SahbTt. Come early to get a good seat.

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Spooky stories for grown ups

Prepare to be scared this Halloween in the ghostly town of Folkestone!

Hand of Doom Productions once again invites you to gather round and hear some terrifying tales, monstrous monologues and scary sketches by Anthony White, Ribs Norman, Neil Dillon, Michele Sheldon, Adam Skipper, Louise Burgess and Charles Bain Smith.

It takes place on Saturday, October 27 at the Eleto Chocolate Cafe, Rendevous Street, Folkestone, from 8.30pm to 10.30pm. Doors open at 8pm.

Drinks are available from the bar (cash, no cards). Competition during the interval to win some ghoulishly cheap treats.

Tickets cost £6 and are available on the door or from Ticket Source.

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Twisted tales: an antidote to Valentine’s Day

Fed up with all the Valentine’s Day drivel? Want to hear some twisted tales of love? Live near Faversham or Folkestone?

Then come along to Twisted Love on Friday, February 16 at The Limes, Preston Street, or  on Saturday, February 17 at the Eleto Chocolate Cafe, Folkestone, from 8pm to hear stories by Michele Sheldon, Mike Blakemore, Charlie Bain-Smith with a very special appearance from preying mantis duo Burgess and Norman.

Tickets cost £5. For Faversham go to https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/FFELGF and for Folkestone go to https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/448629 .

Cash bar only at Folkestone.

Twisted love 2018

Spooky stories for grown-ups

Fearless folks of Faversham and Folkestone!

Prepare to be scared by some spine-tingling stories and ghoulish (PoundUniverse) prizes this Halloween.

We’ll once again be gathering around the fireplace in the opulent Drawing Room of Folkestone’s famous Grand Hotel to hear spooky tales written especially for Hand of Doom Productions on Friday, October 27 from 8pm. Drinks available from the bar.

Then, on Saturday, October 28, we’ll be chilling The Faversham Society & Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre at 13 Preston Street, ME13 8NS Faversham, Kent from 8pm where you can bring your own bottle of something to steady your nerves.

 

Both events cost £6. For more details for Folkestone, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/359715527786531/?ref=br_rs and for Faversham, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/404655723282887/

Hand of Doom presents Tales of the Triennial

Come and listen to six stories and a song inspired by the UK’s largest public art festival.

The fourth Folkestone Triennial, from September to November 5, sees 20 international artists creating site-specific public artworks across the town, relating to the theme of Double Edge.

Tales of the Triennial takes place at The Troubadour of Kent pub in Tontine Street on Friday, September 29 from 8pm.

Tickets cost £5 and are available online or from The Troubadour of Kent – Micropub.

https://www.facebook.com/events/125320654787708/

 

 

Tales for the month of May

Come and listen to some tales of May madness, Mayans and a certain hairy rock star at Hand of Doom’s May-themed story nights in Kent.

They take place in Folkestone on Friday, May 19 at the Grand Hotel, The Leas, and the following evening, Saturday, May 20, in Faversham at The Guidhall, both from 7.45pm for an 8pm start.

For more information, please go to Facebook Hand of Doom Productions

 

 

 

Hand of Doom calling Kent writers!

We’re busy planning our next live storytelling event and we want more Kent writers to be part of it! We’re looking for a new short story or monologue that we can perform at our May event, taking place in both Faversham and Folkestone.

The theme of May is purposely vague, to encourage a wide range of entries. Think: May Day, Mayday (as in SOS), mayhem, maybe, Theresa May. Well, maybe not…

The winner will have their story or monologue read at both events and receive a cut of the profits (sadly never massive, but it’s still payment!). The winner will also get two free tickets for the venue of their choice (venues and dates to be confirmed shortly).

You can read the full details and rules here.

Good luck!