WIN a pair of tickets to A Judgement In Stone @ Newcastle Theatre Royal

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Closing Date: 23 July 2017

We’ve teamed up with Newcastle Theatre Royal to bring you the amazing chance to be able to win a pair of tickets to see A Judgement In Stone on Monday 31st July!

Often considered to be her greatest work, Ruth Rendell’s crime fiction masterpiece ‘A Judgement In Stone’ has been adapted for the stage by Simon Brett, and director Roy Marsden and it heads to Newcastle Theatre Royal for a run in July and August!

Eunice struggles to fit in.  When she joins a wealthy family as their housekeeper the reason for her awkwardness, long hidden, leads inexorably to a terrible tale of murder – on Valentine’s Day.  Ruth Rendell’s brilliant plot unravels a lifetime of deceit, which, when revealed, brings a shocking revelation.

The star cast includes TV and stage favourite Andrew Lancel best known as villainous Frank Foster in Coronation Street and Neil Mason in The Bill, Sophie Ward, the love interest in Young Sherlock Holmes and Dr Trent in Heartbeat, pop-idol Mark Wynter who has featured in seven Agatha Christie productions, Deborah Grant, Not Going Out and Bergerac, movie icon Shirley Ann Field who became an overnight star opposite Sir Laurence Olivier in The Entertainer, Antony Costa from chart topping boy band Blue and Company stalwart Ben Nealon from ITV’s award winning Soldier Soldier.

For the chance of being able to win a pair of tickets to see A Judgement In Stone on Monday 31st July at 7.30pm, simply complete the form below and answering the following question.

Q: Who wrote the novel ‘A Judgement In Stone’?

The winner will be contacted via email on Monday 24th July.


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