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By Newgate Productions, Jul 15 2014 12:45PM

The voice of Roy Steel, Matthew Woodcock, will be reprising his role as Peter Cushing in August when The Gentlemen of Horror returns to theatres, this time as part of the Camden Fringe.


The play, first performed last year, tells the story of the friendship between Cushing and his Hammer co-star Christopher Lee over a period of 20 years as Lee becomes an international star, while Peter Cushing fades into a life of quiet obscurity.


Written by James Goss (writer of the award winning Doctor Who: Dead Air) and directed by Kate Webster, you can catch The Gentlemen of Horror from 2nd - 7th August at the Phoenix Artist Club on Charing Cross Road. For more details and tickets, please visit the Camden Fringe website here.

By Newgate Productions, Nov 15 2013 04:21PM

Whilst you’re waiting for your next fix of monster hunting, why not pop to the theatre to explore the friendship between two of British horror’s greatest names, as played by stars of The Monster Hunters?


Matthew Woodcock (Roy Steel) and Simon Kane (Sir Maxwell House) will be appearing as Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee in The Gentlemen of Horror – Mr. Cushing and Mr. Lee by award-winning writer and producer James Goss (Doctor Who – Dead Air, as well as books for Torchwood and Being Human). The play is directed by Kate Webster. Charting the history of their friendship, the play begins in the 1950s, when Peter Cushing was one of the most famous actors in Britain and Christopher Lee was unknown. We follow them over the next 25 years, as Christopher Lee becomes internationally famous and Peter Cushing gradually retires into a life of quiet obscurity. And yet neither quite lost their taste for blood...


You can catch The Gentlemen of Horror: Mr Cushing and Mr Lee at the Woolwich Grand Theatre from 27th – 29th November. The play will be followed by a screening of one of our favourites, Dracula: AD 1972, which served as inspiration for The Monster Hunters.


For tickets and more details, visit katewebster.co.uk.


By Newgate Productions, Mar 19 2013 10:44AM

WITNESS! A fiendish doctor with a lust for brains!


EXPERIENCE! The horror of his menagerie of beasts!


GASP! At the exciting return of The Monster Hunters!


Roy Steel and Lorrimer Chesterfield return in



THEY STOLE LORRIMER'S BRAIN!


The exciting first episode of the second series of The Monster Hunters, written by and starring Peter Davis and Matthew Woodcock, with Nick Lucas, Lucy McCormick, Panny Skrivanos and Simon Kane as Sir Maxwell House.


Available from 1st April to stream and download here and from all good branches of iTunes.

By Newgate Productions, Oct 31 2012 02:11PM

Taste the Scars of Orloff, the Monster Hunters Halloween special, is now available to stream and download.


Returning to England following the events of episode 6 (as well as a 'brief' stopover in Nice), Roy and Lorrimer discover Sir Maxwell House's house under the control of Count Orloff and London overun with vampires!


Cut off from their boss and on the run, can the Monster Hunters save the country from a bloody future? And just what hold has Dr. Ladyface over Roy (the clue is in the name)?


Taste the Scars of Orloff is available from iTunes or right here!


Written by and starring Peter Davis and Matthew Woodcock with Kevin Haney as Peter Card, Jade Allen as Dr. Ladyface, Andera Cullum as the Waitress and Simon Kane as Count Orloff.

By Newgate Productions, Oct 22 2012 08:00AM

WHO has resurrected the fearsome Count Orloff from his ultra secure resting place?


HOW secure was his resting place anyway (hint: It was designed by Sir Maxwell)?


CAN our heroes prevent the entire country falling victim to Orloff's terrifying powers?


and, WHAT secret sits in the relative safety of Roy's flat?


Join us on the 26th October for the Monster Hunters Halloween special, Taste the Scars of Orloff!

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