I know what you did last summer: Last Orders @ORLTheatre
There's been a pub on the site of the Old Red Lion since 1415. Over the years, there's been reported sightings of spirits of the non-alcoholic kind. There are enough witness accounts of a ghost on every floor of the venue. There's the ghost who likes the drama (but not lost Arthur Miller plays) on the theatre floor. There's the ghost at the bar level that wants to fling glassware and frighted the resident dog. And below the bar at cellar level, there's something like the gateway to the underworld that freaks everyone out.
The theatre space has creepy red writing scrawled on the walls. But even when the lights go out, you're never particularly alarmed about what is about to happen. Which is too bad. I was hoping something would drop into the audience laps from above or something would go bang to give us a fright. Alas, it wasn't meant to be. If there are ghosts (real or invented) in the Old Red Lion, they were staying away from the theatre that night.
Whether that will be the same for the rest of the run, you will have to find out.
Last Orders runs at the Old Red Lion Theatre pub as part of the London Horror Festival until October 26.