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Preston Guild City

Father Brown The Curse of The Invisible Man

Date Monday 28 September 2015 - Wednesday 30 September 2015
Time 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Location Preston Guild Hall & Charter Theatre, Lancaster Road, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 1HT
Cost £Concession £2 off. £19 front stalls and circle, £17 rear and circle, matinee £15
Website www.prestonguildhall.com

Father Brown The Curse of The Invisible Man

A spine-chilling whodunnit based on the classic mysteries by G K Chesterton

Multiple murders have been committed, but the culprit leaves no trace. Can he … or she … be truly invisible? And is it all really due to some malevolent ancient curse? Mild-mannered Father Brown … apparently on the side-lines of this horrific affair … reveals hidden depths as his incisive deductions determinedly peel away the many layers of this haunting case, until he finally unmasks the killer. But in the meantime … when will the murderer strike again!

John Lyons (hugely familiar to audiences from his 17 years as DS GeorgeToolan, David Jason’s sidekick in “A Touch of Frost”) plays Father Brown. John’s other TV appearances include “Shameless”, “Spooks”, “George and Mildred” and “The Sweeney”.

Last year’s “CAPTAIN MURDERER” was “delightfully despicable and fantastic fun” (remotegoat.co.uk) while 2013’s “THE RIPPER FILES!” was “a rumbustious and highly enjoyable production ... highly recommended” (Migrant Press) and “SHERLOCK HOLMES – A Study in Fear!” in 2012 was “excellent” (TheLatest.co.uk), “breathtaking” (remotegoat.co.uk), “a brilliantly executed and thoroughly enjoyable production” (Panic Online Magazine)

Father Brown – The Curse of the Invisible Man promises much, much more of the same!

“Rumpus ... masters of the high-audience appeal production” (Times)


Performance Times

  • Monday 28 September 7.30pm - 10.30pm
  • Tuesday 29 September 7.30pm - 10.30pm
  • Wednesday 30 September 2.30pm - 4.30pm & 7.30pm -10.30pm