Experience the world premiere of Uncle Phil on TV, a spooky tale by J.B. Priestley dramatised for the stage by Irene Lofthouse.
Being able to buy the first TV in the street has the Grigsons all a dither. So why does the novelty soon wear off and what are the strange images that leave them wary of turning on the television? Priestley’s tale first appeared in 1953 in Lilliput magazine, and in collected form in The Other Place later that year.
This production is part of the Artspace programme at Bradford Cathedral, using this beautiful building as an atmospheric venue for visual and performance arts.
Bradford Cathedral, Stott Hill, Bradford, BD1 4EH.
Friday 8 and Saturday 9 7.30 October 2010.
£10 full, £8 concessions.
Matinee: Saturday 2.30.
Matinee Family ticket: 2 adults, 2 children (under 12) £25.