Opening this weekend: ADAM BARLOW as Nicholas Holroyd in BELL, BOOK AND CANDLE playing at the New Vic Theatre between the 14th and 28th of February.
Take three witches, a bewildered young man, and a rather wicked cat. Mix with a good glug of humour, stir in a dollop of desire. The result? A deliciously dark tale of treachery and enchantment that will leave you spellbound…
Gillian Holroyd leads a charmed life. And when her eye falls on the man upstairs, she soon has him under her spell. But the family are far from impressed and get down to some hocus-pocus of their own. It’s a war of the warlocks with a hapless human playing mortal in the middle!
What begins as an amusing game rapidly becomes more devilishly dangerous. Torn between two worlds, Gillian is forced to answer the age-old question – is love always worth the sacrifice?
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