The Mirror Crack'd

The Mirror Crack'd

The Mirror Crack'd


Original Theatre presents

THE MIRROR CRACK’D
Adapted for the stage by Rachel Wagstaff
Directed by Philip Franks



Miss Marple returns to the stage...

1960s England and a wind of change is blowing through the land.

It has even reached the sleepy village of St. Mary Mead. There’s a new housing estate to make the villagers curious and fearful. And even stranger, a rich American film star has bought the Manor House.

Jane Marple, confined to a chair after an accident, is wondering if life has passed her by.

Then there is a vicious murder, and Miss Marple must unravel a web of lies, tragedy and danger.

This adaptation of Agatha Christie’s famous novel brings real emotional depth and psychological insight to a thrilling story of revenge and the dark secrets that we all hide.

But can anything be hidden from Miss Marple, the sweet old lady with mind like a steel trap?

A brand-new production of Rachel Wagstaff’s (Birdsong, The Girl on the Train) acclaimed adaptation produced by the award-winning Original Theatre Company who brought you Alan Bennett’s The Habit of Art, the smash-hit comedy Invincible and the acclaimed Birdsong.

Starring Susie Blake as Miss Marple (Victoria Wood's As Seen on TV, Coronation Street, Mrs. Brown's Boys), Sophie Ward (A Very British Scandal, Holby City, Land Girls) and Joe McFadden (Holby City, Heartbeat andStrictly Come Dancing 2017 winner).

THE MIRROR CRACK’D will star Susie Blake, Sophie Ward, Joe McFadden, Mara Allen, Oliver Boot, Sarah Lawrie, Lorenzo Martelli, Jules Melvin, David Partridge, Veronica Roberts, Holly Smith and Chrystine Symone.

“Wagstaff finds new depths in Marple” The Times

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TOUR DATES 2022

Eastbourne Devonshire Park
8 – 17 September

Darlington Hippodrome
20 – 24 September     

Cheltenham, Everyman Theatre
27 Sep - 1 Oct

York Theatre Royal
4 – 8 October

Oxford Playhouse
10 - 15 October

Mold Theatr Clwyd
17 – 22 October

Northampton Theatre Royal
31 October – 5 November

Norwich Theatre Royal
8 - 12 November

Malvern Theatres
14 - 19 November

Bromley Churchill Theatre
22 - 26 November

Southend Palace Theatre
28 November - 3 December