Mojo

Mojo

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The Mousetrap The Mousetrap & Spotlight: November to April The Mousetrap & Spotlight: November to April & Plus1 more... The Mousetrap & Spotlight: November to April & Plus1 more... & Plus2 more...
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“…you know, there’s nothing like someone cutting your dad in two for clearing the mind.”  

A slick and brutal black comedy from Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem). In the criminal underworld of 1950’s London, violent gang warfare erupts in the rock’n’roll club scene as rivals compete – and kill – for control of the lucrative new teen sensation ‘Silver Johnny’.

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By Jez Butterworth

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    Mon 25 - Sat 30 Mar

    Discover why Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap has kept people guessing for so long, becoming the longest running show of any kind in the history of theatre. The scene is set when a group of people gathered in a country house cut off by the snow discover, to their horror, that there is a murderer in their midst. Who can it be? One by one the suspicious characters reveal their sordid past...

  • Non-Seance

    Tue 26 - Wed 27 Mar

    Do you believe in ghosts? Morgan & West don't but why should that stop them? Spectacular spirits, creepy conjuring, and amazing apparitions abound and this pair of prestidigitators conduct their very own Non-Séance. Morgan & West will prove themselves not only to be the 19th century's greatest magical duo but also distinctly above average mediums.

  • Bull

    Thu 28 - Fri 29 Mar

    A razor sharp, muscular, hour long attack on work place politics. Directed by Samson Hawkins, this multi award - winning play from the writer of Doctor Foster and King Charles III, delves into just how much morality some may choose to lose in their race to the top.

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