If you love tense, psychological thrillers, then make sure you see Love From A Stranger by Agatha Christie and Frank Vosper at the Tivoli Theatre from 20th to 22nd October. Produced by Wimborne Drama Productions and adapted from one of Christie’s short stories, the play is electric with suspense and has a shocking twist.
A whirlwind romance with a handsome and charming stranger sweeps Cecily Harrington off her feet and she recklessly abandons her old life to settle in the remote and blissful surroundings of a country cottage. However, her newfound love is not all that he seems.
Love From a Stranger is directed by Rob Cording-Cook and stars Tracey Nicholls and Richard Cawte. Also in the cast are Jenny Hughes, Lindsay McGowan, Tony Feltham, Russ Guillaume, Rosie Nye and Chris Durham.
Rob Cording-Cook says: “Our plays by Agatha Christie are always so popular – our audiences love them and we love producing them. This one is an intense and chilling psychological thriller, and as you expect from Agatha Christie, there are vividly portrayed characters, a great plot and an unexpected twist at the end.”
Tickets, which cost £16 for the evening performances (at 7.30pm) and £14 for the Saturday matinee (at 2.30pm), are on sale from the Tivoli Theatre Box Office. Telephone 01202 885566 or book online at www.TivoliWimborne.co.uk (booking fees may apply).