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A man obsessed with pinning the blame for his wife’s accident on someone enters the Driscoll home and shatters their marriage.
First staged in 1987, N. J. Crisp’s play sets its scene on a sunny afternoon in the home counties, where Sally Driscoll is watering plants in the conservatory of her luxurious home.
It’s a peaceful scene until John Barrett suddenly appears.
Dangerously obsessed, Barrett slowly strips away the conflicting secrets of Sally’s apparently perfect life with her husband, Mark.
What exactly happened in Torquay?
And will Sally and Mark ever feel safe in their home again? Answers will be revealed in this edge-of-your-seat production, written by a master of the thriller genre.
Tickets £8.50 (students/unemployed £5)