Torment of one man accused of murder
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A DARKLY comic one-man play will be revisited next week.
Comedy duo Doggett and Ephgrave join forces with BBC Radio 4’s Ben Tinniswood for a production of Vincent Cassar’s What’s the Time, Mr Wolf?
The play centres on Conrad Kordover – a man with strange habits who lives on his own in a small bedsit.
He is a Pagan and an eccentric, whose unconventional behaviour has drawn attention from both his community and the local authorities.
When a brutal murder is committed in the area, it isn’t long before the police come knocking. But with little substantial evidence to go by, is this simply a case of needing to find a scapegoat?
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The play was originally performed in 2001 in Bristol after winning Theatre West’s Search for a Script competition that same year.
Following a successful stint at last year’s Brighton Fringe, Doggett and Ephgrave have taken on the production with shows in Hitchin, Camden, Bristol and Frome.
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The two Hitchin shows are being held at The Market Theatre in Sun Street on Monday and Tuesday, starting at 8pm.
Tickets cost £10 or £8.50 concessions. Call 01462 433553 to book.