Psychological thriller Signpost to Murder
THE spring play season at The Gordon Craig Theatre is set to end in suspense with psychological thriller Signpost to Murder. After being sentenced to 10 years in a mental institution for murdering his wife, a man discovers an archaic law – if he can escap
THE spring play season at The Gordon Craig Theatre is set to end in suspense with psychological thriller Signpost to Murder.
After being sentenced to 10 years in a mental institution for murdering his wife, a man discovers an archaic law - if he can escape and stay out of hospital for 28 days, he will be granted a new trial.
After escaping, he finds sanctuary in the home of a woman whose husband is out of town. But all is not as it seems. Is it the man's madness that leads him to discover a corpse in the bathroom? A corpse that disappears before he can do anything about it.
Starring Peter Amory - better known as Chris Tate in Emmerdale - and Tony O'Callaghan - Sgt Matthew Boyden in The Bill - the play will be performed at 7.45pm from March 1 to March 3.
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There will be matinee performances at 2.30pm on March 1 and March 3.
Tickets are priced between £11.50 and £16.50.
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