Murder mystery to thrill fans

STARRING Campsie resident Nathan Farrow, the world’s longest-running West End show, The Mousetrap, comes to Sydney from March 20 to April 5.

There’s the eerie whistling of ‘Three Blind Mice’… a chilling scream… then silence.
A blizzard strands seven guests at the refurbished Monkswell Manor.
One of the guests is killed. One is the killer. The third ‘blind mouse’ is in mortal danger.
No need to fly to London to see the world’s longest-running classic as The Mousetrap kicks off at Hunters Hill Theatre’s 90th anniversary 2020 Season in spine-tingling style.
Vivien Wood directs the quintessential Agatha Christie thriller that will have you guessing ‘whodunnit?’ right until the end.
The plot is a classic old, dark mansion mystery: a handful of strangers are trapped in a snowbound manor house. And one is a psychotic murderer…
Nathan said: “ I performed for Canterbury Theatre Guild, playing jazz televangelist Daddy Johan Sebastian Brubeck in ‘Sweet Charity’ and chauvinist boss Franklin Hart in ‘9 to 5’.”
“Now I’m playing Christopher Wren, a bizarre architect with a secret. It’s a lot of fun.
“This show is for anyone who loves a good drawing room murder mystery!”
The Mousetrap opened in London’s West End in 1952 and has been running continuously ever since.
It has by far the longest run of any play in history, with more than 28,000 performances so far!
It also has a famous, stunning ending with a twist, which audiences are traditionally asked not to reveal after leaving the theatre.
Tickets: $25-$30.
Bookings and more info at huntershilltheatre.com.au or call 9879 7765.