Knebworth Players April Production set to be comedy thriller 'It Could Be Any One of Us'
KNEBWORTH PLAYERS Our April 2010 production is IT COULD BE ANY ONE OF US A comedy thriller by Alan Ayckbourn Thursday 22nd April – Saturday 24th April at 8pm In a remote and dilapidated county house, three siblings share an antagonistic life toge
Our April 2010 production is
'IT COULD BE ANY ONE OF US'
A comedy thriller by Alan Ayckbourn
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Thursday 22nd April - Saturday 24th April at 8pm
In a remote and dilapidated county house, three siblings share an antagonistic life together. There's Mortimer, a failed composer, his younger brother Brinton, a failed artist and their sister Jocelyn, a failed crime novelist. The three of them, together with Jocelyn's partner Norris, a failed private detective and her daughter Amy, a truculent teenager, throw insults and hurts at each other with malice but little consequence. Then Mortimer, who controls the purse-strings, decides to change his will, giving the entire estate to his only former student, Wendy. As Wendy arrives to inspect her potential legacy, a series of near-fatal 'accidents' has Norris diving into full investigator mode, but a sudden death presents him with the case of his life.
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Who will Norris identify as the murderer? Will he get it right? And will the police finish their lunch in time?
The family hold their breathe, after all, it could be any one of them!
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