Go to navigation

There's a snake in the grass at The Central Theatre

Date: 06/03/2008           Category: Arts and Libraries

Snake in the Grass, a spell-binding black comedy from one of Britain's most popular playwrights, Sir Alan Ayckbourn, is coming to the The Central Theatre, Chatham. Produced by Tabs Productions, the play runs from Thursday, 27 to Saturday, 29 March, 7.30pm. This ingenious and compelling play is set in the spooky and mysterious garden of a decaying country house. Faced with blackmail, two estranged sisters join forces after the death of their unpleasant father. A series of comic and chilling events ensue, unleashing haunting memories and ending in a macabre final twist. Snake in the Grass is the second play in The Central Theatre's spring aCT now! series. Strangers on a Train, the Highsmith classic immortalised by Hitchcock on the silver screen, completes the series from Monday, 28 to Wednesday, 30 April. Tickets for Snake in the Grass are £14 and £16. For bookings, call the box office on 01634 338338, email boxoffice@medway.gov.uk or visit www.medway.gov.uk.