‘Spine-chilling thriller’ Strangers on a Train set for Cambridge Arts Theatre

PUBLISHED: 16:40 09 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:40 09 February 2018

The cast of Strangers on a Train

The cast of Strangers on a Train

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‘Spine-chilling thriller’ Strangers on a Train is at the Cambridge Arts Theatre this month.

The cast of Strangers on a Train.The cast of Strangers on a Train.

Based on a novel from 1950 by Patricia Highsmith but popularised by Alfred Hitchcock’s film of the same name, the play follows a group of people on a train after two men have a fateful encounter.

From the team behind Gaslight, the cast is led by Chris Harper, Coronation Street’s Nathan Curtis, playing the charismatic and manipulative Charles Bruno.

The cast of Strangers on a Train.The cast of Strangers on a Train.

Having played Vicar Ashley Thomas in Emmerdale for over 20 years, John Middleton makes his UK touring stage debut as Detective Arthur Gerard.

Completing the line-up is Call The Midwife favourite Jack Ashton as the troubled Guy Haines alongside Mr Selfridge star Hannah Tointon as Guy’s fiancée Anne Faulkner.

The cast of Strangers on a Train.The cast of Strangers on a Train.

It is on stage from February 26 to March 3 for a range of 2.30pm and 7.45pm performances. For info and tickets, £19 to £39, visit www.cambridgeartstheatre.com/whats-on/strangers-train

The cast of Strangers on a Train.The cast of Strangers on a Train.

The cast of Strangers on a Train.The cast of Strangers on a Train.

The cast of Strangers on a Train.The cast of Strangers on a Train.

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