Psychological thriller Signpost to Murder

PUBLISHED: 09:22 01 March 2007 | UPDATED: 11:37 06 May 2010

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.

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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