Horsehay Amateur Dramatic Society will be performing The Ghost Train from October 15 until October 17.
The group is getting the show ready and promises it will be a night full of frights.
Roger Clayton, the society's vice-chairman, said: "The play was written by Arnold Ridley, who played meek Private Godfrey in nearly 80 episodes of the TV series Dad's Army.
"The Ghost Train is one of Arnold Ridley's most famous plays. It's where we meet a very mixed group of travellers taking the last train from Cornwall to London only to find themselves stranded at the deserted Fal Vale railway station."
One national newspaper described The Ghost Train as the scariest play ever written. It will be performed at Horsehay Village Hall. Tickets are £6 and £5 for concessions and can be purchased by calling the box office on (01952) 610555. You can also get tickets here.