With the support of a grant from the Culture Recovery Fund, The Mill at Sonning will reopen on 17 May 2021 with a season of comedy, magic, cabarets and plays.
The House on Cold Hill has the chill of the usual ghost story, such as Woman in Black but with a modern twist.
Charlie Clements & Persephone Swales-Dawson chatted to us about touring the UK and starring in The House on Cold Hill, playing at the New Victoria Theatre, Woking from 23 to 27 April 2019.
The House on Cold Hill is a pleasant enough way to spend the evening but is rather dated and no different than dozens of other haunted house mysteries that have appeared over the years.
BAFTA-nominated actor and winner of BBC1’s Strictly Come Dancing 2017, Joe McFadden stars in the touring production of The House on Cold Hill, Shaun McKenna’s stage adaptation of Peter James’ novel.
Quincy meets Crossroads as the latest adaptation of a Peter James thriller, Not Dead Enough, hits the King’s Theatre. Literally. There’s a killer on the loose in Brighton.
Shaun McKenna’s sharp adaptation of the original novel by Peter James has plenty of intensity to leave audiences heads spinning, while Ian Talbot’s production is sharply focused when it comes to solving the mystery, but throwing in DS Roy Grace’s relationship with Cleo it can become easily distracted.
Dark energy: There is considerable entertainment in Peter James’ The Perfect Murder, an unremarkable, grimly humorous murder mystery elevated by the efforts of Shane Richie and Jessie Wallace.
There really is such a thing as the perfect murder, so the audience is informed by a gleeful Victor Smiley near the beginning of this play: it’s the one you’ve never heard of.