Tickets to see Mrs Gerrish’s Rear Window in Clevedon to be won

PUBLISHED: 18:20 15 November 2017

Mrs Gerrish's Rear Window will be shown in Clevedon and Weston over the coming weeks.

Mrs Gerrish's Rear Window will be shown in Clevedon and Weston over the coming weeks.


The British pastime of people-watching will soon take centre stage in Clevedon later this month.

Comedy capers are promised when Mrs Gerrish’s Rear Window heads to The Theatre Shop, in Queens Square.

In the Ministry of Entertainment’s show, an accident has left Mrs Gerrish confined to her wheelchair for the next six weeks.

With nothing to do, she watches the comings and goings of her neighbours, and she is fascinated by their curious behaviour.

But one terrible evening she sees something through her binoculars which makes her blood run cold.

It is so gory, even the murders in her favourite detective novels seem as mild as Enid Blyton’s Famous Five adventures.

A spokesman for the show said: “Alfred Hitchcock meets Carry On Constable in this out-of-season film noir-style thriller brought to you by the unmissable Ministry of Entertainment.

“Enter Mrs Gerrish’s Guesthouse for an evening of suspense, terror and hilarity, set to period music and including true stories of brushes with the law.”

The show will be staged in Clevedon on November 25 and will start at 7.30pm. It will be performed again at the Theatre Tropicana in Weston on December 6, again at 7.30pm

Tickets for the Clevedon event, priced £11 plus booking fee, are available from or on 03336 663366.

* The Times has teamed up with The Theatre Shop to offer two pairs of tickets to see Mrs Gerrish’s Rear Window in Clevedon.

To enter the competition, simply answer the question at the bottom of the page by 10am on November 22.

Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final.

By entering this competition you agree to be contacted by Archant and The Theatre Shop if necessary.

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