Let’s Summon Demons

Presented by Katy Schutte

Is it wise to ask the questions you always wanted to ask?

Let's Summon Demons is a semi-immersive folk horror play in the round. It examines our attitudes to ritual, to revenge and to the uprising of female power. Can community lead to mob mentality? What are ghosts and demons and do they come from below or from within? If you stare into the abyss, can you come back?

Join our coven for one night to encounter comedy, folk horror and - perhaps - some demons.

Theatre & Performance
Varies13 — 17 Mar
Pit - The Vaults, Leake Street
1hr 00m
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About the company

Katy Schutte

Katy is an actor, writer, comedian, director and improviser. She trained in Drama at the University of Hull before finding her true passion in long form improvisation at iO Chicago, Second City Chicago and with teachers from Annoyance, UCB and other world class training schools. Katy has been a member of the award-winning Maydays since their founding year in 2004. She performed in a duo with Rachel Blackman for over a decade and has been with science fiction show Project2 since 2012. Katy is a Funny Women Finalist, Latest Comedy Show Award nominee, a sketch comedian and has written and starred in several acclaimed live comedy shows including Schutte the Unromantic and Who Ya Gonna Call? a fan-tribute musical. Her book The Improviser's Way is published by Nick Hern Books. You can often catch her in nerdy comedy shows and TV commercials. Katy lives in London and teaches and performs all over the world.


Writer Performer: Katy Schutte
Director: John Henry Falle
Projection Design: Jonathan Monkhouse

Press & Reviews

Simon Ball, The Horror Hothouse, Five Stars (666 out of 666)
Nicholas Vince, Five Stars; "Funny, original and wonderfully dark"
Jim Peters, Folk Horror Revival, "Perfectly pitched and delivered"
Annie Power, London Pub Theatres, Four Stars; "A gripping, creative and immersive experience"
Rowena Price, Stroud Theatre Festival Reviews; "It's hard to say exactly where Rowan's downfall occurs, because Schutte handles the spiral into delusion with such grace and subtlety that I had a hard time remembering where the laughter stopped."