What secrets are uncovered in the garden next door?
Titchfield Festival Theatre’s New Play Season continues with the first-ever production of Exhume by
Roger Goldsmith, a Southsea based playwright and film producer whose work has been performed at international film festivals and in the UK.
Robert returns from travelling overseas to the house in Islington where he grew up with Edward his elder brother.
Edward had bought out Robert’s side of the house left to them by their parents following their death five years earlier, however since then they had rarely been in contact.
A day after Robert’s arrival the police dig up the garden next door suspecting that the remains of a woman murdered twenty years ago may be buried there. What do the police find? Why has Robert come back?
Is there a secret to uncover?
Kevin Fraser, Artistic Director of Titchfield Festival Theatre says, “In our New Play Season we were keen to include a thriller – however Exhume is in reality much more than that. It is an incredibly interesting play and as we have rehearsed it so many new fascinating angles have been discovered. For example, is the story about the discovery of a body?
Who could be the perpetrator of the crime – or has a crime even been committed? Come along and find out.”
Exhume opens on Monday 25th February 2019 until Saturday 2nd March at 7.30pm in the Acorn Studio, Titchfield Festival Theatre, St Margarets Lane, Titchfield PO14 4BG.
For more information, please go to http://titchfieldfestivaltheatre.com/or contact our Box Office on 01329 556156