The Lady Vanishes

Bill Kenwright presents the Classic Thriller Theatre Company production of

The Lady Vanishes

Based on the film by Alfred Hitchcock Written by Sidney Gilliat and Frank Launder Adapted by Antony Lampard Directed by Roy Marsden

Tuesday 24 to Saturday 28 September 2019

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: From £24.50 to £37 Concessions: From £19.50 to £35

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Husband and wife Juliet Mills and Maxwell Caulfield lead the latest Classic Thriller instalment.

Emmy award-winning actress Juliet Mills made her screen debut at just 11 weeks old, in In Which We Serve starring her father John, and her major stage debut was age 16 in Peter Shaffer’s Five Finger Exercise (West End and on Broadway).

In ITV’s Wild at Heart she played sister to real-life sister Hayley, and for eight years she starred in US paranormal drama Passions. Award winning Maxwell Caulfield’s screen roles include Grease 2 with Michelle Pfeiffer and as Miles Colby in American soap Dynasty and spin-off The Colbys. His Broadway debut was in J.B. Priestley’s An Inspector Calls and his West End debut was as Billy Flynn in Chicago.

The cast also stars: Lorna Fitzgerald, fresh from her shock departure as Abi in EastEnders; Matt Barber, Atticus Aldridge in Downtown Abbey, Robert Duncan, Drop The Dead Donkey; Philip Lowrie, Dennis Tanner in Coronation Street, and Ben Nealon, Soldier Soldier.

When socialite Iris’s travelling companion disappears, she’s bewildered to find fellow passengers deny ever having seen her. But with the help of musician Max, she turns detective, and together they try to solve this perplexing mystery.

Theatre Company, The Classic Thriller Theatre Company presents a quick-witted, devilishly fun thriller -based on the Hitchcock classic, ranked one of the Best British Films ever.

Running time: Approx. 2hrs 20mins including interval.

Tue 24 Sep 7:30pm Book Tickets
Wed 25 Sep 2:00pm Book Tickets
Wed 25 Sep 7:30pm Book Tickets
Thu 26 Sep 7:30pm Captioned Performance Book Tickets
Fri 27 Sep 7:30pm Book Tickets
Sat 28 Sep 2:00pm Audio Described Book Tickets
Sat 28 Sep 7:30pm Book Tickets
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