Tales of mystery and horror set to chill at fundraiser

The Man in Black is back next month at Nettleton Village Hall.

Ian Hogg will be resuming his role as the creepy raconteur on Saturday February 2.

With tales of mystery and horror, the Royal Shakespearean actor will once again be raising money for charity with his performance.

“This year we are supporting St Andrew’s Hospice in Grimsby and we hope to raise as much as we did last year for Macmillan Cancer Research,” said organiser Dorothea Hogg.

The Man in Black originally featured on the radio of the 30s. 40s and 50s, when Valentine Dyall took on the spine chilling role.

Tickets for the Nettleton event cost £8 prepaid, or £9 on the door.

Admission for children under 16 is free.

Tea and coffee will be available at the event and the bar will also be open.

For tickets and more information call 01673 828478 .