The Woodhouse Players present the thriller 'Rope' by Patrick Hamilton - Sep 12, 13, 17, 19, 20
Two students kill a classmate and proceed to throw an elegant party for their friends, their mentor and their victim's family - laying out the refreshments for their guests on top of the very chest in which the body is hidden. Tension builds as the killers strive to get away with the 'perfect murder'.
Alfred Hitchcock made Rope into a classic film in 1948, changing the setting from London, England to New York City, United States - and the story has a lasting impact. The play provides a twist on the classic 'whodunnit'; instead presenting a suspenseful thriller which explores deeper issues of morality and justice.
Performances are at the Welsh Church Hall, 879 High Road E11 1HR:
- Friday 12 September at 8 pm
- Saturday 13 September at 2.30 pm and 8 pm
- Wednesday 17 September at 8 pm
- Friday 19 September at 8 pm
- Saturday 20 September at 2.30 pm (BSL- signed) and 8 pm
Tickets £8 (£5 concessions)
Book online via the website www.woodhouseplayers.co.uk
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