The chilling horror production, The Shining, will be brought to life in a Boscombe hotel next month.
From the 9th to 18th February, acting and media and performance make-up students from the Arts University Bournemouth will showcase the performance at the Chine Hotel.
The performance is being held at the hotel whilst it is closed for the winter season.
The university’s production is inspired by both the 1977 novel by Stephen King, and the 1980 thriller directed by Stanley Kubrick.
The Shining is set in a fictional haunted hotel and has been dubbed as one of the greatest horror films ever made.
Production director, David Glass, hopes performing at the Chine Hotel will create a better experience.
Speaking about the show, Mr Glass said: “I am very excited to be directing this immersive performance of one of the classic horror stories of the 20th century.
“Setting the performance in this hotel will bring the story to life for the audience; it’s uncannily similar to the Outlook Hotel in The Shining story as they are both closed for winter.
“I immediately saw the potential of setting the performance in this classic seaside hotel.”
Performances will be held at 6.30pm and 9pm, and is recommended for viewers aged 16 and above.
Tickets can be found on Aub.ac.uk/boxoffice and cost £10 for adults and £8 for concessions.
To find out more about the production, click here.