Comedy thriller by Fressingfield writer to be staged in Hoxne
Two theatre companies have joined forces to present a new play by Fressingfield writer Jack Sadleir.
Revenge En Suite, a comedy thriller with a literary twist, is a joint production involving the Open Space and RoughCast theatre companies which both operate in the Norfolk-Suffolk border area.
Mr Sadleir, author of several plays, began writing more than 20 years ago, using the train journey to and from his work with a firm of London solicitors to work on his dramas.
In Revenge En Suite, set in the 1920s, a renowned but frumpy crime writer, Audrey Dobbs, is in love with Lord Basil Bouncy, the aristocratic detective she has created.
But when she is persuaded to develop his relationship with another of her characters – brilliant novelist and amateur sleuth Lydia Tempest – things go horribly wrong and Audrey's hasty re-writing leads to disaster.
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The answers are all revealed in Revenge En Suite which is being performed for three nights, October 12 – 14, at St Edmunds Hall, Hoxne.
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The first night, which will feature a pre-show reception with wine and canap�s, is already sold out. Tickets for October 13 and 14, all priced at �8, are still available and can be booked by telephoning 01379 855101.