The Swan Theatre Company presents

Night Watch
By Lucille Fletcher

Directed by June Markham
Monday 14th to Saturday 19th March

An outstanding Broadway success, this ingeniously devised psychological thriller centers on heiress Elaine Wheeler who, plagued by unsettling memories of a tragic event from her past, sees from her window the dead body of a man in the building opposite.  The police are called, but find nothing but an empty chair. Elaine's sceptical and long suffering husband John, Elaine's old friend Blanche, the inquisitive and eccentric man who lives next door and the nosy maid Helga - all contribute to the deepening suspense and mystery until the true terror of the play is revealed in its riveting and chilling climax.

Curtain up at 7:45 pm.

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