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by Ucheldre Rep22 June 2017
Permanent Link to Nightmare
  • Jul 6th 2017 7:30 pm to Jul 8th 2017 7:30 pm
The Ucheldre Repertory Company in Holyhead is performing Nightmare by Norman Robbins on July 6-7-8 2017 at 7.30pm. Tickets £6 (£5 concessions – £3 children). Tickets can be purchased at The Ucheldre Centre, Millbank, Holyhead, Anglesey, LL65 1TE or reserved by telephoning the box office on 01407 763361.
Directed by Tom Wallwork, this suspense thriller revolves around Marion Bishop, an elderly writer of romantic novels who is dying. Katherine, a kind soul from the village, looks after her. But as Marion’s health deteriorates, her doctor arranges for Laura, an experienced nurse from London, to come and stay with her. Following the sudden arrival of nephew Raymond, Marion’s only living relative, and a series of mysterious phone calls, sinister events start to unfold. Suspicion, deceit, blackmail and incriminations are all part of the nightmare that follows with devastating consequences before the final and shocking climax.

Directions to the Ucheldre Centre
Coming into Holyhead on the A55, continue straight over at the lights into Victoria Rd, then turn left at the Cenotaph. Continue left up the one way system into Thomas St and turn left at Edmund St and then right at Millbank. The Ucheldre Centre is on the right, just after The Chester public house.

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Ucheldre Rep

Ucheldre Rep

The company has staged more than sixty memorable plays and productions since 1994. The names of many classical playwrights may be found sprinkled through the canon, including Shakespeare, Chekhov, Molière and Sheridan. Also, you will find the works of Wilde, Stoppard, Ayckbourn, Bennett, Orton, Coward, Rattigan and Dylan Thomas. To these must be added all those well known plays by less familiar authors, such as Arsenic and Old Lace, The Dresser, and Sailor Beware. All in all, it would be a wonderful collection for a full time professional drama company to have under its belt. For this to be realised by the Ucheldre Repertory Company is no mean achievement.

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