Bill Kenwright and The Agatha Christie Company present
by Agatha Christie
Now in its eighth thrilling year, the Agatha Christie Theatre Company presents a brand new production of the queen of crime’s classic time piece Go Back for Murder.
Carla Le Marchant has to live with a disturbing family secret; her mother, Caroline Crale, died in prison while serving life for killing her husband.
But on finding a letter in which Caroline claims that she’s innocent, Carla becomes obsessed, determined to clear her mother’s name.
Enlisting the help of Justin Fogg, the son of Caroline’s defence lawyer, Carla tracks down a number of people from her mother’s tragic past, only to uncover a shocking truth…
Suspects, secrets, and suspense abound in this new production of Go Back for Murder starring Liza Goddard, star of such TV hits as Bergerac and the long-running quiz show Give Us a Clue;
Sophie Ward whose extensive TV and film career most recently includes the award-winning BBC period drama series Land Girls, ITV’s Heartbeat, BBC’s Holby City and the 2011 film Jane Eyre; Robert Duncan who played Gus Hedges in the multi award-winning comedy Drop the Dead Donkey; Gary Mavers who is best known for playing the heart-throb doctor Andrew Attwood in Peak Practice; Lysette Anthony, known to television audiences as starring in the BBC sitcom Three Up, Two Down, ITV’s soap opera Night and Day and in Woody Allen’s award winning film Husbands and Wives and Ben Nealon, perhaps best loved for his role as Capt Jeremy Forsythe from the long running ITV drama Soldier Soldier.
Monday 23 September 2013, 19:30
Tuesday 24 September 2013, 19:30
Wednesday 25 September 2013, 19:30
Thursday 26 September 2013, 14:00
Thursday 26 September 2013, 19:30
Friday 27 September 2013, 19:30
Saturday 28 September 2013, 14:30
Saturday 28 September 2013, 19:30
Tickets from £22.50 to £32.50 plus booking fee, concessions available
Sunday 12 May
I seen The Mousetrap back in May 2013 and I really enjoyed it can't wait for GO BACK FOR MURDER I like all murder mysteries including poirot, Sherlock Holmes, marple, midsomer murders and columbo. None of them give me nightmares but the are all thrilling ! Book tickets for go back for murder now or else there will be no more left