Sue Evans, the Press and Marketing Officer at the Watford Palace Theatre, thought that the readers of The Saint and Leslie Charteris News Blog might be interested to know that Simon Dutton is about to star in a production of Blithe Spirit at Watford Palace Theatre.
Blithe Spirit is a 1941 comedy, written by Noël Coward, and plays from May 24th to June 16th with Simon Dutton.Perfect entertainment for the summer.More info at www.watfordpalacetheatre.co.uk/pl57 or book your tickets now.
Charles is a sceptic. He only sets up a séance as research for his latest comic novel. But inviting celebrated medium Madame Arcati into his home brings him more than he bargained for. Incredibly, the spirit of his beautiful but impossible late wife seems to want to take up residence in the marital home again. Which causes one or two problems with his current wife...
This sparkling comedy about how past relationships can come back to haunt you was written in 1941 when death was no joking matter and has become a comedy classic.
Watford Palace's Upcoming Schedule:
We That Are Left by Gary Owen, 19 April - 5 May Blithe Spirit by Noël Coward, 24 May - 16 June Hergé's Adventures of Tintin adapted by David Greig & Rufus Norris, 28 July - 11 August Tim Supple's Indian A Midsummer Night's Dream, 10 - 15 September Arabian Nights by Dominic Cooke, 26 & 27 October The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui by Bertolt Brecht translated by Ranjit Bolt, 29 & 30 October Jack and the Beanstalk by Joyce Branagh, 29 November - 6 January