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The Mousetrap – The Lowry, Salford.

Writer: Agatha Christie Director: Gareth Armstrong Reviewer: Sam Lowe “Suspect everyone!” is intimidatingly written on the show’s poster. Yet, simultaneously we suspect someone. Tonight, the audience take on the role of investigator as they attempt to deduce whodunit; who committed the murder? Which character has the opportune moment and which one has the fitting motive? Yes, this is the world’s ...

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The Mousetrap – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford

Writer: Agatha Christie Director: Gareth Armstrong Reviewer: Alice Fowler How well can you really know someone? Is everyone, in fact, a stranger? And what do you do when you find yourself cut off in an eccentric country guesthouse and learn there is a murderer in your midst? Such questions have thrilled and provoked Mousetrap audiences since 1952. It is, famously, ...

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Jack and the Beanstalk – Floral Pavilion, New Brighton

Writer: Andrew Ryan Director: Scott Ritchie Reviewer: Helen Patrick [Rating:2.5] Jack and the Beanstalk has all the elements needed to make for a good pantomime; up to date pop references, man in drag, local/TV celebrities, a good wholesome fairytale, song sheet, a messy scene (sort of), a ghost bench, and with all that the show should be a sterling success, ...

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