Acclaimed author A.G Smith whose play ‘An Evening of Delectable Terror’ is about to open in London, will be appearing for one night only at his local Library in Kinver to read one of his bone-rattling ghost stories.
“This will be the sixth year I have performed at Kinver Library and we have sold the place out every single time. I absolutely love to do a reading at my local library and there is always a great audience here. If you enjoy listening to a good play or a ghost story on the radio, then this is the show for you. There is a real power to listening to someone reading their work aloud. Be warned, you will jump out of your seat.”
A.G Smith has appeared on Channel 4’s The Secret Millionaire with Dragon’s Den star Piers Linney and has made cameo appearances in David Tristram’s ‘Inspector Drake’ movies and Alan Birch’s short horror film: ‘End of the Road.’
In 2016 A G Smith wrote ‘An Evening of Delectable Terror’ which had its sold out premiere at The Bonded Warehouse in Stourbridge, gaining 5 star reviews from the press and praise from the legendary Robert Plant.
In 2017 ‘An Evening of Delectable Terror’ will be touring from October until December including theatre dates in Birmingham and London.
“2017 has been quite a year for my writing and I am very excited to see what will happen next but whatever that maybe, I will always look forward to bringing my ghost stories home to Kinver Library. This year I have returned to a story I wrote many years ago and it’s been given a new lease of life. Prepare to go back in to the woods, and I’m sure you really will have a big surprise!”
A.G Smith’s reading of ‘The Wood behind Rokeham Church’ starts at 7.30pm (doors open at 7.15) and includes an interval with refreshments. Tickets (£5) are now available from Kinver Library or you can telephone: 01384 872348 and reserve your seat. Booking is ESSENTIAL because the event is expected to sell out quickly.
To find out more about A G Smith you can follow him on Twitter: @harvesterOTnow
For tour dates of ‘An evening of Delectable Terror’ please visit: www.weepingbankproductions.co.uk