Join us at The Tivoli Theatre in the town of Buckley, North Wales.
With a history as a music hall, theatre and cinema dating back to the 1920's the Tivoli has undergone a number of transformations since its very early beginnings.
This Grade 2 listed building is a rare surviving example of a wartime cinema and miner's institute of distinctive design and was actually built on the site of a former Central Hall.
The Tivoli Theatre was very well known for running its annual pantomimes with a version of Dick Whittington which commenced in 1933 and actually ran for 27 years. Many celebrity acts have also graced the theatres stage over the years including the legendary Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin back in the early 1970s.
After a tragic fire that began in the projection room of the building in 1946 - the Tivoli is now reputed to be extremely haunted by a host of ghostly entities.
Paranormal occurrences are said to have been seen and felt by the many visitors to this location and some members of staff that work at the building have admitted they are now too scared to work the building alone.
Since the fire there have been various reported sightings of an apparition seen on the stairs here. Strange shadows and unexplainable movements have also even captured on the CCTV cameras around the building.
Doors have been heard slamming throughout the location, stones and other objects have been thrown and taps in the bathroom have mysteriously been reported to have turned on when no one was present at the time.
A strong smell of fire and smoke around the theatre and the projection room area has often been reported along with whistles and heavy dragging sounds in various parts of the building.
Join Supernatural Activity Ghost Hunts as we delve into the colourful history of this building.