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Sitges Success for London Horror Festival Performer

Sarah Tyler Shaw, one-half of the acclaimed Quint-Essential Theatre who will be bringing The Lost Souls to the London Horror festival in just over one week’s time, has had great success in her starring role in new psychological horror Dancing Dogswhich premiered at the 45th Sitges International Film Festival this weekend.

The film was completed in April this year, with Sarah playing the lead role of River Miller. The film was introduced by the Mayor of Sitges Miquel Forns and one of the Directors of the festival Mike Hostench. It was very well received and gained great support from the Sitges community.

You can read the synopsis below:

Two sisters, Lily and River, meet again as a result of the death of their third sister. Her last wish was that her ashes be scattered on a beach where they spent the best moments of their childhood. Searching for this particular locus amoenis, they are kidnapped by a demented ballet teacher who forces them to prepare a show, pushing them to the limit of their physical and emotional resistance.

And catch the trailer here:

On behalf of all at London Horror Festival we want to give Sarah our heartiest congratulations, and hope you’ll come down to catch her in Lost Souls on her way to horror stardom!

- Stewart