Brill Productions in association with Park Theatre present the World Premiere of
Ghosts of the Titanic
On 10th April 1912, Titanic, the world’s fastest and most luxurious ship, set sail.
On board, Emma Hinton's fiancé Henry has landed his dream job with the ship’s orchestra. But by 14th April the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic is at the bottom of the ocean and 1500 are dead. Tormented by conflicting theories as to why the ship sank and who might have benefited as a result, Emma decides to find out what really happened. A decision which leads her to the edge of her sanity.
In the 36 hours after the Titanic sank, the cries of 'Fake news' and distraction tactics were already in play. Did the Titanic really hit an iceberg? Was the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic in fact an over-engineered liability rushed into service to satisfy a powerful and impatient owner? Was news of its loss delayed to allow its insurers time to hedge their losses, thereby removing any chance of a rescue?
Ron Hutchinson’s new play delves into the heart of this compelling story.
A World Premiere from the author of the multi-award winning stage plays, Rat in the Skull and Moonlight and Magnolias.
'Honestly indescribably good... a phenomenal representation of how the Titanic sinking affected the people who weren’t on the ship' ★★★★★ Fairy Powered Productions
'With a first-rate plot, compelling script, excellent production and stagecraft and a marvellous score…This is theatre at its best' ★★★★ Ham & High
'An intriguing and visually interesting play… A talented cast telling an evocative story' ★★★★ Everything Theatre
'This show sets sail on a voyage that’s both engaging and enticing' ★★★★ Pocket Size Theatre
'An intimate present telling the not so intimate story of probably essentially the most well-known shipwreck of all time' ★★★★ Hollywood Zeal
'A compelling drama that whets the appetite of Titanic conspiracy theorists and curious minds alike' Broadway World
'In short, the story is good and the story telling is expert' Once a Week Theatre
'Has enough atmosphere and intrigue to keep you wanting to know more' Lou Reviews
'Smart snappy dialogue... an entertaining way of trawling through the facts and imagined conspiracies' British Theatre Guide