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Triple Bill

Rope

by Patrick Hamilton

Two students kill a classmate and proceed to throw an elegant party for their friends, their mentor and their victim's family - serving their guests from the chest in which the body is hidden. Tension builds as the killers strive to get away with the 'perfect murder'.

Alfred Hitchcock made Rope into a classic film in 1948, changing the setting from London, England to New York City, United States - and the story has a lasting impact. The play provides a twist on the classic 'whodunit'; instead presenting a suspenseful thriller which explores deeper issues of morality and justice.

at the Welsh Church Hall

Fri 12 September 8pm
Sat 13 September 2.30pm / 8pm
Wed 17 September 8pm
Fri 19 September 8pm
Sat 20 September 2.30pm / 8pm

The 2.30pm performance on Saturday 20th September will be BSL signed


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