The play is driven by Joe's desire to discover why his daughter, Julia, committed suicide 12 years earlier. Julia was a prodigiously talented composer, dubbed Little Miss Mozart by the media, but now her student bedsit has been turned into a shrine.
Her father, her childhood sweetheart who had earlier dumped her, and a former downstairs neighbour, who is now a psychic, gather in the room where she died, to try and make contact with her spirit and unravel the mystery of her death.
As the burden of expectation that was put on her and the drive and demons that were unleashed are laid bare, the audience has a sense of rumbling anxiety that something awful is going to happen. Despite all the tricks of a conventional ghost thriller, the play also combines emotional intelligence and a raw sense of pain.
"Good stage thrillers are a rare treat these days, and this one is out of the top drawer." - The Telegraph
14th-24th May 2014
(No performance on Sunday)
Commencing at 7.45 pm
Box Office opens 16th April
Call 01922 625100