The Old Nick Theatre in Gainsborough is a fascinating and frightening place for a ghost hunt. There has been more than 25 documented deaths on this site and with its many dark cells and corridors to investigate, its no wonder this is said to be a very sinister location.The Old Nick has an extremely eerie and sinister feel to the place. The question is are you ready to face your fears and enter the Old Nick ? Ghost hunts at The Old Nick Theatre have seen some shocking Poltergeist activity and many people refuse to spend time alone in the many cells. Join us at what was once the main justice building for the Gainsborough area.
The Ghosts of the Old Nick
The Old Nick is well known place for its harrowing hauntings. The abandoned cells here have a feeling of eerie and deadly silence many people have stopped dead in their tracks here and refused to go any further down the corridors and refuse to return. The exercise yard can be a truly harrowing place to investigate with many people leaving vowing never to return. The old courts and Judges rooms which are now the theatre and dressing rooms are well known for its poltergeist activity there has been reports of doors slammed and locked from the inside. Dark shadows are often seen and many people have felt touched by unseen hands. Join the Paranormal Eye team as we unlock The Old Nick.
The History of The Old Nick
The Old Nick, for over one hundred years the Divisional Headquarters of the Lincolnshire Constabulary and the former Magistrates Court in Spring Gardens, Gainsborough. The courtroom was converted into a small theatre in 1979 but the basic structure remains visible and unaltered.
In 1979 the company acquired the town's old police station and magistrates court, a grade II listed building in the heart of Gainsborough. GTC Patron Douglas Parkinson leased the venue to the company for a nominal rent, and they transformed the premises to create a Bar, Coffee Room, Costume/Props stores and a unique 55-seater theatre-in-the-round where the courtroom had been. The newly christened Old Nick Theatre opened to the public in 1980 with "DEAR BRUTUS". Douglas Parkinson became the company's first Honorary President, enjoying the results of his generosity until he died in 1993, paying GTC the ultimate compliment by leaving them the Old Nick building in his will.
This Event Includes
Working in small groups, participating in Ouija/spirit board sessions, Evp Sessions, Table tipping, seances and many other different techniques. Tea/coffee and light snacks throughout the evening.
Please remember to bring your torch as this location has caves and underground chambers. Please remember to wear suitable footwear as this location has a lot of stairs and very uneven floors.
This Location is not suitable for people with walking and mobility issues.
OVER 18`s ONLY