The Case of the Frightened Lady

2nd October 2018 to 6th October 2018
Location: Theatre Royal
Tickets: £13.00 to £39.50 Get Tickets

See the Case Of The Frightened Lady by Edgar Wallace, led by the talented stage and TV star, John Partridge at Glasgow’s Theatre Royal this October.

The Case of the Frightened Lady Glasgow

Following the success of its premiere in January 2018, a brand new cast has been announced for the autumn tour of The Classic Thriller The Case Of The Frightened Lady. See it at Theatre Royal Glasgow from 2nd October to 6th October 2018.

Inspector Tanner is called to investigate a ruthless murder at the grand ancestral home of the Lebanon Family. Navigating a bloodline-obsessed patriarch, a groundskeeper with a grudge and two unsettling footmen, Inspector Tanner discovers nothing is quite as it seems. As Tanner moves closer to the heart of the mystery he uncovers a shocking and closely-guarded secret…

John Partridge who is best known to TV audiences as the suave and charismatic Christian Clarke in EastEnders, leads a star cast in the role of Inspector Tanner. John is celebrated as one of musical theatre’s most respected leading men, having starred in major West End hit musicals such as Cats, Starlight Express, Chicago and in Bill Kenwright’s recent lavish musical production of La Cage Aux Folles. John has also been announced to star in the upcoming BBC series of Celebrity MasterChef.

He will be joined by Deborah Grant, who has starred in Not Going Out and Bergerac; Robert Duncan, best known for Drop The Dead Donkey; Phillip Lowrie, best known for playing Dennis Tanner in Coronation Street; Scarlett Archer from Emmerdale; and Matt Barber from Downton Abbey.

Building on the phenomenal decade-long success of The Agatha Christie Company, which sold over two million tickets around the UK, the Classic Thriller Company has produced hits including adaptations from Ruth Rendell and Levison & Link, the writers of Murder She Wrote. Now they bring to the stage a new thrilling chapter from the legendary “King of the detective thriller”, Edgar Wallace.