Hitchcock meets hilarious in this madcap stage adaptation of the classic movie by the Master of Suspense. John Buchan’s gripping whodunnit - memorably filmed by Hitchcock in 1935 - has at last been thrillingly adapted for the stage by Patrick Barlow.
This astonishing theatrical tour-de-force is performed by just four actors essaying 139 roles, but nothing has been cut from this spectacularly silly, side-splitting version of Britain's most spellbinding thriller. Legendary scenes include the chase on the Flying Scotsman, the escape on the Forth Bridge, the first theatrical bi-plane crash ever staged and the death-defying finale at the London Palladium.
Seats in the rear stalls with a face value of £25 are classed as restricted view.
Seats in the rear stalls priced at £25 face value and classed as 'restricted view' have a slim pillar in the sightline. You will have a clear view by leaning slightly to the left or right.
Strobe Lighting and Gunshots are used in this production.
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The theatre can be seen on Piccadilly Circus next to the Eros statue.