A classic Du Maurier Cornish mystery
ADAPTED by Diana Morgan from the novel by Daphne Du Maurier, My Cousin Rachel, is being brought to the Kenneth More Theatre stage by The Wanstead Players. Several of Du Maurier s stories have made it to the big screen, including Rebecca, Don t Look Now an
ADAPTED by Diana Morgan from the novel by Daphne Du Maurier, My Cousin Rachel, is being brought to the Kenneth More Theatre stage by The Wanstead Players.
Several of Du Maurier's stories have made it to the big screen, including Rebecca, Don't Look Now and The Birds.
My Cousin Rachel, set in Cornwall, is a mystery romance with two simple questions at the heart of the plot - did the beautiful Rachel Ashley poison her husband and cousin Ambrose?
And if so, is she now about to seduce Ambrose's young ward Philip in order to secure the family estate?
The show opens tomorrow (Thurs) and runs until Saturday. Tickets are �8 and performances start at 7.45 pm, with a Saturday matinee at 3pm.
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