Cambridge, 1918. As the city prepares to greet the end of the Great War, the choristers of King’s College practise for a special festival of lessons and carols introduced by the new Dean, and a young local boy is thrust unexpectedly into the privileged world of the choristers. But a sinister figure waits to strike at the choir, seeking deadly vengeance for events deep in the college’s past. And who is the girl who has mysteriously appeared in the college’s stained glass windows?
Ranging from 1918 to the days of Oliver Cromwell, this is a creepy and exciting ghost story for Christmas from award-winning local playwright Sean Lang.