The King’s Lynn Players are set to perform their first thriller in thirty years as they host auditions for their March 2015 production, Deadly Nightcap.
King’s Lynn Player chairman Carol Beveridge said: “This is the first murder mystery the Players have done for over thirty years. We are delighted to welcome back Christina Attridge as our director. ”
Auditions for the play, written by Francis Durbridge, will be held on Wednesday, November 26, in South Wootton Methodist Chapel at 7pm.
Readings and workshops will be taking place on Wednesday, November 19, and Monday, November 24, both at South Wootton Methodist chapel at 7.30pm.
The show will be performed at Lynn Arts Centre on March 26, 27 and 28 next year. A Members’ Guide giving further information is available on request.
For more details contact Christina Attridge on 07557 307579 or Carol Beveridge on 01553 674124.
Murder and mystery abound in this ingenious play from the master of the genre. Jack and Sarah Redford appear to be the perfect couple. However, Jack is secretly plotting to murder Sarah; but it is Jack who ends up dead! Almost everyone has a motive. But who is the real killer?
Christina directed for us several times in the 1990’s with great success! Since then she has been having her family but feels now is the time to return.