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Opened at the Fortune Theatre in London on 7 June 1951. Murder mystery. A game of romantic 'follow my leader' erupts into murder one weekend at The Hollow. When John Cristow refuses to divorce his wife to marry his ex love Veronica, she unwisely threatens that if she cannot have him, no one else shall. Within minutes, Cristow is dead. Nearly everyone had a motive, some the opportunity, but who actually did the deed has yet to be discovered.
A nearly true story!... When oil tycoon John Johnson is found dead with a huge sword in his back, it looks like a straightforward case of dying illegally. But things in Drake’s world are never as they seem. Why was Johnson badly disguised as his own wife? Why had he eaten a tortoise, and why do all the women in the house look so similar?
When the celebrated author Mark Styler arrives at an experimental hospital for the criminally insane, hoping to interview the notorious serial killer, Easterman, he stumbles into a nightmare world of murder and deception. What secret is Dr Farquhar hiding and why is Nurse Plimpton so afraid of him? Who is the mysterious Borson and where does he get the meat for his liver sandwiches? And why isn't the skeleton in the closet? By turns darkly humorous and macabre, intriguing and terrifying, Mindgame is a stage thriller for the Silence of the Lambs generation; a roller-coaster ride of mayhem and illusion whose twisting plot will keep you guessing right up to its shocking climax..and beyond.
Death comes to us all. When he came to Mort, he offered him a job...Meet Mortimer. An awkward, unemployable young man. Soon, however, he gets an offer he can’t refuse - free room, free board, and all for a business that will never be short of customers. He doesn’t even need to be dead to take the position. Being Death’s apprentice, however, comes with great responsibilities. Death is a difficult boss to work for and, understandably, Mort begins to make mistakes. Coupled with the fact he’s fallen in love with a Princess who should be dead, will Mort regret his unique career choice? Wildly witty and inventive, this new musical adaptation based on Terry Pratchett’s classic Discworld novel is a dead funny treat for all ages.
Two Men. Two World Wars. Two lives knitted together as tight as a thrice darned sock. Bound together by birth, business and bloody bad luck, Albert and Harold Steptoe wake up every morning to the same old, same old, sickening sight of each other. Joined at the hip and heart, they bother, bicker and banter their way through life - toying with each others frailties like mean kittens. Do they even notice the world turning as they cling on? There are ladies if they would only look around them, and space travel... and Cliff Richard! "Open your eyes" we shout from the stalls! "Look up at the moon and count the stars!" But they can't. Or won't. Families, eh?