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Agatha Christie favourite next in line for Leigh St Joseph's Players
12:40pm Wednesday 21st August 2013 in News
AWARD-winning St Joseph’s players open the season with the Agatha Christie murder mystery The Hollow.
The play is being staged at 7.30pm from Tuesday, September 10 to Saturday, September 14 at St Joseph’s Hall, Chapel Street, Leigh.
In Donna Wood’s production one morning Dr John Christow and his downtrodden wife, Gerda, are due to travel down to the country for a weekend with friends.
Dr Christow, a successful physician and leading researcher, allows his little daughter to tell his fortune with cards. When the death card is drawn, he pays no attention, but the appearance of an old flame at The Hollow seems to be the final link in a chain of fatal circumstances. A murder mystery that will keep you on the edge of your seats.
Next on the agenda is Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall’s brilliant comedy Billy Liar being staged from October 15 to October 19 and produced by Nicola Reynolds, who like Donna Wood, is a St Joseph’s player who has spent many years starring in plays and pantomimes.
Advance Tickets proced at £8 are on sale at Ratcliffe’s Cycles, Bradshawgate, Leigh for both productions and the annual pantomime Beauty and The Beast produced by Doreen Johnson.
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