The spring drama season at Dunstable’s Grove Theatre continues with thrills and chills.
It’s all aboard for Arnold Ridley’s mystery thriller The Ghost Train which steams into the venue from May 28.
The classic play centres on a group of weary travellers who find themselves isolated in a remote railway station on a stormy night.
Adding to the eerie atmosphere is the station master’s warning of a ghostly train that haunts the line and anyone who looks upon it will find themselves in grave peril.
An all-star cast includes Tom Butcher (The Bill), Judy Buxton (General Hospital), Sophie Powles (Emmerdale), Corrinne Wicks (Doctors), Jeffrey Holland (Hi-De-Hi!) and David Janson (Keeping Up Appearances).
Claire Sweeney brings her saucy comedy Sex In Suburbia to the venue on May 20 for one night.
The former Brookside star and television personality stars in a show about life’s three biggest mysteries: dating, men and finding Mr Right.
Claire, who co-wrote the comedy musical, gained inspiration during an impromptu chat with her friends about disastrous dating experiences.
Penny Crowe is the host of a late-night radio phone-in. As Britain’s leading agony aunt, she takes calls about every date from hell and the occasional one from heaven. She is more than happy to dish out relationship advice, but is she as happy to take it?
The show is packed full of classic relationship songs including I’m Every Woman, I Want To Break Free and Somebody Else’s Guy.