The South Bank goes eerily supernatural this spring when the London Dungeon announces its evil new show Curse of The Witch. Marking the 401st anniversary of her execution, the show tells the story of Elizabeth Sawyer, a Londoner who was hanged for witchcraft under King James I in 1621 at the infamous Tyburn Tree near Marble Arch, where thousands of suspected witches have been hanged over the years . The show begins with Elizabeth’s incarceration in Newgate Prison while awaiting execution more than 400 years ago. Guests brave or foolish enough to pay a visit will find themselves in the darkest cells of Newgate Prison, locked alongside those accused of witchcraft to await execution. Faced with her own mortality, Elizabeth wails in despair before cursing James I, unleashing a wave of malevolent magic that will cling guests together. The new London dungeon show The Curse of The Witch opens to the public on April 2nd and is included in the standard ticket price. Book in advance to avoid horrible disappointment: www.thedungeons.com/london
https://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/gallery/london-dungeon-launches-new-show-26539481 THE LONDON DUNGEON LAUNCHES NEW SHOW 'CURSE OF THE WITCH'