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Dial M For Murder

March 3 - 7, 2020

A taut, acidly funny thriller

The Guardian

Why See Dial M For Murder?

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Written by Frederick Knott and filmed for Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 thrilling classic of cocktails and intrigue, don't miss the juicy Dial M For Murder as it heads out on a UK tour in this brand new production directed by Anthony Banks and starring Strictly favourite Tom Chambers and Not Going Out star, Sally Breton as Margot.

The story of an ex-tennis pro turned house-husband and would be criminal mastermind Tony Wendice, and his nefarious plot to murder his philandering wife Margot, this genre-defining thriller is sure to have you on the edge of your seat as Tony sets out to commit the perfect crime. Also starring Coronation Street's Christopher Hampton, discover if Tony's devious scheme for revenge pays off in this masterpiece of psychological intensity. 

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Dates

Opening night: 3 March 2020

Run time

Two hours with an interval

Cast and Creative

Cast

Tom Chambers as Tony Wendice
Sally Breton as Margot
Christopher Hampton
Michael Salami

Creative

Written by Frederick Nott
Directed by Anthony Banks
Sets and Costumes by David Woodhead

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