A ‘stunning piece of theatre’ will be the first in a line-up of spectacular performances coming to towns and villages across North Lincolnshire this Spring.
‘A View From The Edge’ will be shown at Wroot Village Hall on Saturday, February 11 as part of Live Lincs’ latest programme of events.
It tells the story of seductive beauty Elise Hillerman. Elise’s husband, a prominent gallery owner, mysteriously disappears, prompting her to hire a troubled Private Investigator in a bid to track him down. What follows is a noir-style mystery which promises to keep the audience guessing right to the end.
Witty and fast-paced the performance, by Cornwall-based Owdyado Theatre, is heavily influenced by the work of cult filmmakers Charlie Kaufman and David Lynch.
The show will be the first in a series of performances from Live Lincs funded by Arts Council England and North Lincolnshire Council.
Tickets cost £6 and are on sale NOW. Tele 01302 771802. The target audience for this show is aged 14 plus.
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