New productions for release in 2019:


A few months ago, London-based Vivian Shorewood decided to take a stand, albeit a small one, against world injustice, and began her attempt to readdress the balance. She selected one particularly offensive and repugnant individual, and after following a carefully executed plan she lured him into her trap, immobilised him, and brought him back to her cellar where she proceeded to… skin him!

Skin’ follows the first night of her fight…


Brilliant scientist and billionaire heir to his father’s eco-friendly multi-national conglomerate, Christophé Baptiste is kidnapped and held hostage by his captors in a subterranean prison. There, in this dark and dank dungeon he is relentlessly questioned and tortured, though even through his drug induced inquisition, he is still unsure as to what exactly his abductors want from him. Mustering all his strength and mental willpower, Christophé uses every ounce of his being to battle for his very survival.

Looking forward to going into the studio to record the radio production of The Raven on December 5

The Raven at The London Horror Festival 2017

Audience feedback for Evcol Entertainment's The Raven at #LHF2017 ...

"A highly enjoyable and intimate 60 min. Great acting and use of the small stage area. Recommended! It tells the tale very well. 4/5"
"A wonderfully dark Gothic production, I found this very engaging and compelling. 4/5"
"The Raven is a favourite poem of mine so I was interested to see how it would be adapted for the stage. With a female protagonist, two additional characters and a denouement explaining the death of the lover this was a very novel interpretation. As a short piece I think it worked well with the character of Lady Elizabeth delivering a quite mesmerising monologue. The darkened stage with spotlights on the Pallas Athena bust and the brandy decanter was very atmospheric and full marks go to the sound engineer for the storm effects and, of course, the raven's cawing. The feather at the end was a nice touch. A suitable piece for an autumnal evening. 4/5"
"Interesting interpretation of the poem. Thought provoking and enjoyable, do go. 5/5"


The Raven

The London Horror Festival 18 / 19 October 2017 @ 9.30pm [The Old Red Lion Theatre]
The Etcetera Theatre 31 October to 5 November 2017 @ 9.30pm (8.30pm on 5 Nov)