A older woman in a tweed coat and hat stares ahead, with a woman to her right and a man in a suit to the left

THE MIRROR CRACK'D

Tue 31 January - Sat 4 February 2023
Tickets £20-£40*

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Miss Marple returns to the stage…

1960s England and a wind of change is blowing through the land. It has even reached the sleepy village of St Mary Mead. There’s a new housing estate to make the villagers curious and fearful. And even stranger, a rich American film star has bought the Manor House. Jane Marple, confined to a chair after an accident, is wondering if life has passed her by. Then there is a vicious murder, and Miss Marple must unravel a web of lies, tragedy and danger. Can anything be hidden from Miss Marple, the sweet old lady with a mind like a steel trap?

A brand-new production of Rachel Wagstaff's (Birdsong, The Girl on the Train) acclaimed adaptation produced by the award-winning Original Theatre who brought you Alan Bennett's The Habit of Art, the smash-hit comedy Invincible and the acclaimed Birdsong.

Starring Susie Blake as Miss Marple (Victoria Wood’s As Seen on TV, Coronation Street, Mrs Brown’s Boys), Sophie Ward (A Very British Scandal, Holby City, Land Girls) and Joe McFadden (Holby City, Heartbeat and Strictly Come Dancing 2017 winner).

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 'A really entertaining murder mystery.' The View From The Stalls

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 'We were blown away... If you are looking for a roller coaster ride of emotions, thrills and quite a lot of spills then get yourself a ticket.' Stage Side UK

⭐⭐⭐⭐ 'An atmospheric gem of a show.' Broadway Baby

Pre-show talks (booking essential on 01223 503333)
Running Time

Approximately 1 hour and 55 mins including an interval

General Guidance

Gunshot sound

Age Guidance

10+

Tickets

Tuesday - Saturday, 7.30pm
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 2.30pm:
£20/£25/£35/£40*

*All ticket prices include a £3 per ticket booking fee

Assisted Performances:

Audio Described performance: Saturday 4 February, 2:30pm

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Gallery

  • Miss Marple sits in an armchair while a woman puts her shoe on over her bandaged ankle.
  • Two women in Elizabethan period dress talk, one sat on the floor in white, another in a chair in black.
  • Two women talk via landlines. One, in the foreground and in focus, looks worried, while Miss Marple is blurred in the background.
  • Miss Marple sits on a sofa with another woman, holding a walking stick, looking shocked at the other woman.
  • A smartly-dressed man and woman dance a ballroom dance.
  • Miss Marple sits in an armchair, a teapot and cup on a table beside her.
  • A woman in a knitted teal dress speaks to a man in a suit.

Videos

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