Classic Hitchcock film to be recreated on the stage

PUBLISHED: 14:46 25 January 2019

Matt Barber, Lorna Fitzgerald and Mark Carlisle in The Lady Vanishes. Picture: Paul Colton

Matt Barber, Lorna Fitzgerald and Mark Carlisle in The Lady Vanishes. Picture: Paul Colton

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A stage adaptation of an Alfred Hitchcock mystery thriller will be performed in the South West.

Classic film The Lady Vanishes will be recreated at the Theatre Royal Bath, in Saw Close, from January 28 to February 2 at 7.30pm, with additional 2.30pm showings on January 30 and February 2 as part of a major UK tour.

When socialite Iris Henderson’s unexpected travelling companion suddenly disappears, Iris is perplexed to find all the other passengers deny ever having seen her.

With the help of musician Max, she turns detective, and together they try to solve the mystery of why she vanished.

The production is directed by Roy Marsden who is best known as detective Adam Dalgliesh in ITV programme P.D. James, a role which he played for 15 years.

Tickets, priced £26.50-38.50, are available on 01225 448844 and online at www.theatreroyal.org.uk


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