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12 Jun 2018, 19:30 - 16 Jun 2018, 21:30
Tickets: £21.75 to £33.75 Concessions: £16.75 to £31.75 (online)

Building on the phenomenal decade long success of The Agatha Christie Company, which sold over two million tickets around the UK, comes a new thrilling chapter. From one of the most popular writers of the early 20th century and the brains behind one of the most iconic films of all time, King Kong, “the king of the detective thriller” Edgar Wallace.

When Inspector Tanner is called in to investigate a ruthless murder at Mark’s Priory, the grand ancestral home of the Lebanon family, he quickly discovers that nothing is quite as it seems. As Tanner moves closer to the heart of the mystery he uncovers a shocking and closely guarded secret.

Gray O’Brien, loved for his memorable role in the popular ITV soap opera Coronation Street, stars as Chief Superintendent Tanner. Joining him is Denis Lill from Only Fools and Horses, Ben Nealon best known as Lt Jeremy Forsythe in the popular series Soldier Soldier, Philip Lowrie is best known for playing Dennis Tanner in Coronation Street, and Glenn Carter, widely recognised as the definitive Jesus in Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical, Jesus Christ Superstar, a role he played in London, on Broadway, and in the film.

Running time: approx 2 hours plus interval.

Belgrade Theatre (CV1 1GS)
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