The first Monday of the month will officially now be known as a 'Miracle Monday'!
Cornish touring company, Miracle Theatre has been steadily building a library of films of its shows and is thrilled to announce that it will release a new production FREE to watch online from 7pm on the 1st Monday of each month throughout the Spring and Summer! Each show will available to view for 30 days via Miracle Theatre’s YouTube channel from 7pm on its release date.
The Case of the Frightened Lady filmed in May 2014 at The Minack Theatre.
Written by Bill Scott with music by Jim Carey, The Case of The Frightened Lady originally toured across the South West in 2005. It won the Minack Trophy in 2006 and was subsequently produced for a tour of Ireland (North and South) by Bruiser Theatre. Miracle went on to revive the show – complete with original cast – as part of its special 35th anniversary program; this remains one of Miracle’s most popular productions to date.
It’s 1932 and Edgar Wallace, the Fleet Street editor widely known for his hugely popular and successful whodunits, gets a desperate call from his publisher. With only a weekend to produce a new novel, the indefatigable Wallace leaps into action.
What people said about ‘The Case of The Frightened Lady’
- ‘Bill Scott’s melodramatic, helter-skelter, DIY whodunit is a dizzying tangle of red herrings and black humour.’ – Irish Times
- ‘There is a great sense of fun, pace and a wonderful connection with the audience.’ – The Stage
- ‘Lampooning everything from the cod-thriller to amateur dramatics, The Case of the Frightened Lady is not only hilarious, but is a gripping piece of drama which deserves to be the hit of this summer.’ – Western Morning News
‘Comic theatre of the highest order…littered with razor-wire one-liners that literally will have you rolling in the aisles and wiping the tears away.’ – Brazen City
Watch The Case of the Frightened Lady Here