The House on The Cliff
A Mystery Play by George Batson
The eponymous house is a rambling old structure of ancient vintage overlooking the English Channel.
Years ago a yacht heading for the South of France sank in a storm and everyone on board perished. Sometimes at night, they say, you can hear them screaming for help, crying out against the storm.
The house’s occupants include Ellen Clayton, a lovely young heiress who is confined to a wheelchair, Karen Lloyd, her coolly beautiful stepmother and Jenny, the austere housekeeper.
Ellen is looked after by Dr Lane who leaves suddenly to attend a conference overseas. Nurse Pepper arrives, a cheerful, curious person intent on putting things in order. And there’s the substitute doctor, Corey Philips, who believes Ellen can walk again and soon.
It all begins with a sudden, violent murder and ends with a chilling, surprising climax.
Thurs 21 – Sat 23 November 2019
7:45 pm (doors open 7:15pm)
Thelwall Parish Hall
Bell Lane, Thelwall, Warrington WA4 2SX
Ticket prices: Thursday: £7.00 Fri & Sat: £7.50
To book tickets for this production, please call 01925 755846 or click on the TicketSource button below to book online.
The play is directed by Andy Rushman.
The Bridgewater Players perform three full-length plays a year in Thelwall, near Warrington in Cheshire.
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We rehearse at Thelwall Parish Hall on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8pm – 10pm from September to April.
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