Darkness falls on Portishead

PUBLISHED: 14:47 16 February 2011 | UPDATED: 14:47 16 February 2011

Dress rehearsal of Portishead Players production 'The Edge of Darkness'. Mother Alison Louwers, daughter Kate Peer-Johnson, father Andrew Curtain and cast members Tony Sutcliffe, Claire Flower, Alan Salmon and Meredith Lloyd.

Dress rehearsal of Portishead Players production 'The Edge of Darkness'. Mother Alison Louwers, daughter Kate Peer-Johnson, father Andrew Curtain and cast members Tony Sutcliffe, Claire Flower, Alan Salmon and Meredith Lloyd.

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PORTISHEAD Players’ first production of 2011 is the psychological thriller The Edge of Darkness by Brian Clemens.

Dress rehearsal of Portishead Players production 'The Edge of Darkness'. Mother Alison Louwers, daughter Kate Peer-Johnson, father Andrew Curtain and cast members Tony Sutcliffe, Claire Flower, Alan Salmon and Meredith Lloyd.

In the production, Emma has been found by her parents after disappearing several years previously. However, her memory appears to be damaged and her strange behaviour raises many questions in this menacing mystery set around 1900.

Directed by Sandra Branfield, The Edge of Darkness will be staged at the Somerset Hall in the Precinct, High Street from February 24 -26 starting at 7.30pm each evening.

Tickets which cost £8 for adults of £7 for children are now on sale from Morgan-Westley and Mother Nature, both in Portishead High Street. Tickets can also be purchased at the door on the nights of the show.


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