Belmont Theatre's next production:
24th - 27th MAY 2017
SUDDENLY AT HOME
- a Classic Thriller by Francis Durbridge
The Pump House Theatre & Arts Centre
Local Board Road, Watford, Herts. WD17 2JP
Tickets: £12.50 standard, £11.00 concessions (over 60/under 18)
Performances: Evenings 7.45 pm (Wed-Sat) and 2.45 pm (Saturday)
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Suddenly at Home - Synopsis
This Classic thriller by Francis Durbridge, the master of suspense and famous for his Paul Temple series, weaves its intricate path through a story of love and greed to its ultimate end, DEATH.
When Glenn Howard decides to get rid of his wealthy wife he works out a complicated but seemingly fool-proof plan which would not only provide him with an alibi but also cast suspicion on his wife's former lover. Everything appears to be going according to the plan, but Glenn has not counted on the indomitable Superintendent Remick.
This is Durbridge at his very, very best.
Enjoy our shows with a group of friends, colleagues or club-mates. They'll thank you for organising it and extra concessions are sometimes available for pre-booked groups of more than 10 for certain performances. This is subject to availability so please contact the Box Office on 07917 324179 for further information.
Our February 2017 Production: Ladies Who Lunch - By Tudor Gates
Some wonderful (rehearsal) pictures below from Belmont Theatre's last production, Ladies Who Lunch, featuring some great expressions.
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