It’s murder putting on a new musical – literally! ‘Curtains’ lifts the blinds on a tale with a twist. Jessica Cranshaw, star of the new Broadway-bound musical ‘Robin Hood’, has been murdered on stage on the opening night and the entire cast and crew are suspects. Time to call in the local detective, Frank Cioffi, who just happens to be a huge musical theatre fan. With a nose for crime and an ear for music, Frank has his work cut out trying to find the killer while giving the show a lifeline.

Starring comedian Jason Manford, Strictly Come Dancing winner Ore Oduba and Carley Stenson of ‘Legally Blonde’ and Hollyoaks, ‘Curtains’ is packed full of catchy songs, unforgettable characters and plot twists galore. From the creators of ‘Cabaret’ and ‘Chicago’, this Tony award-winning murder mystery will have audiences guessing right to the final curtain.

The show runs from Tuesday 31 March until Saturday 4 April. Tickets start from £19.50; for more details call 01902 429212 or visit grandtheatre.co.uk.

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