Cardiff-based theatre company Peculiar Productions are to launch their 2020 season with the dark comedy-thriller A Tomb With A View.
Septimus Tomb is dead. His family members – an insular collection of oddballs – gather for the reading of his Will, but there’s a surprise in store: a stranger has also been invited. A romance novelist, by the name of Ermyntrude Ash. When the Will reveals a secret bequest to Miss Ash, she soon falls foul of a vicious killer. She’s not the first victim and, as the body count rises, the remaining family members must try and work out who’s responsible and stop the rest of them ending up in the family plot…
A Tomb With A View will take place at Llanover Hall Arts Centre, Romilly Road, Cardiff CF5 1FH from Tuesday 25th February – Saturday 29th February 2020 (6:30pm doors for 7:00pm performance). Audience capacity is limited to 80 seats per performance, so book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets are £10 each (£8 concessions), available from https://peculiarproductions.co.uk/tickets/ (booking fee applies) or physical tickets can be purchased from a member of cast and crew.
The chosen charity for this production is SiMBA (Simpson’s Memory Box Appeal), who provide Memory Boxes to parents who have lost children at various stages of pregnancy, which helps them to gather and keep memories of their lost loved ones. For more information about the charity, please see https://www.simbacharity.org.uk/
Please note: due to scenes of violence and some mild language, it is recommended an age of 12+ for this production. This performance also includes gunshots.
Purchase tickets from https://peculiarproductions.co.uk/tickets/