TERRI HAS JUST BEEN CAST IN THE FANTASTIC PLAY DIAL ‘M’ FOR MURDER
BASED ON THE CLASSIC SCREENPLAY BY FREDERICK KNOTT
Tony Wendice has married his wife, Margot, for her money and now plans to murder her for the same reason. He arranges the perfect murder: he blackmails a scoundrel he used to know into strangling her for a fee, and arranges a brilliant alibi for himself. But does everything go according to plan? Made famous by the Alfred Hitchcock film starring Grace Kelly, ‘Dial M for Murder’ is a classic stage thriller, guaranteed to have you on the edge of your seat until the final curtain!
Starring Oliver Mellor as Tony Wendice, and Terri Dwyer as Sheila Wendice
“This exciting melodrama had a highly successful run on Broadway and the road… original and remarkably good theatre – quiet in style but tingling with excitement underneath”
– The NY Times
“It’s a holiday for the whodunnit fans, and as such, it couldn’t be more welcome” – NY Herald Tribune
Presented by TALKING SCARLET
OPENS 28 OCTOBER – 21 NOVEMBER
Emporium Theatre Brighton
7:45 pm Tuesday – Saturday
2.00 pm Saturdays & Sundays
TALKING SCARLET WERE RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT THE BUTLER SAW AT EMPORIUM IN APRIL STARRING BRIAN CAPRON AND JENNY FUNNELL, RECEIVING OUTSTANDING REVIEWS. THE COMPANY ARE CURRENTLY TOURING STONE COLD MURDER, THE END OF THE AFFAIR AND SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE RIPPER MURDERS.
For tickets emporiumbrighton.com/dial
Nation wide tour next year.
Saturday 12 -16th January: Buxton Opera House
Tuesday 19th – Thursday 21st January: Lyceum Theatre, Crewe
Friday 22nd – Saturday 23rd January: Lighthouse, Poole
Monday 25th – Saturday 30th January: Belgrade Theatre, Coventry
Tuesday 16th – Saturday 21st February: Grand Theatre, Blackpool
Monday 7th – Saturday 12th March: Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
Tuesday 15th – Wednesday 16th March: Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy
Wednesday 23rd – Saturday 26th March: Grand Theatre, Swansea
Tuesday 29th March – Saturday 2nd April Civic Theatre, Darlington
Tuesday 19th – Saturday 23rd April: Shanklin Theatre, Isle of Wight
Monday 25th – Saturday 30th April: Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton
More dates to be added so watch this space!