‘Spine-chilling thriller’ Strangers on a Train set for Cambridge Arts Theatre
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‘Spine-chilling thriller’ Strangers on a Train is at the Cambridge Arts Theatre this month.
Based on a novel from 1950 by Patricia Highsmith but popularised by Alfred Hitchcock’s film of the same name, the play follows a group of people on a train after two men have a fateful encounter.
From the team behind Gaslight, the cast is led by Chris Harper, Coronation Street’s Nathan Curtis, playing the charismatic and manipulative Charles Bruno.
Having played Vicar Ashley Thomas in Emmerdale for over 20 years, John Middleton makes his UK touring stage debut as Detective Arthur Gerard.
Completing the line-up is Call The Midwife favourite Jack Ashton as the troubled Guy Haines alongside Mr Selfridge star Hannah Tointon as Guy’s fiancée Anne Faulkner.
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It is on stage from February 26 to March 3 for a range of 2.30pm and 7.45pm performances. For info and tickets, £19 to £39, visit www.cambridgeartstheatre.com/whats-on/strangers-train
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