Ten years ago ... Playgoers take to the festival stage with thriller

A THRILLER full of suspense and intrigue was performed by Skegness Playgoers at the Skegness Play Festival on Tuesday.'The Small Hours is a gripping international play by Francis Durbridge. It starts on a hijacked plane and weaves a tale of blackmail, affairs of the heart and murder threats.'The play, directed by Sue Sharman, will also appear at the Embassy Theatre, Skegness, on Thursday, June 25 to Saturday, June 27.'Tickets will cost �8, �7 and �2 for accompanied children.'Pictured, from left, Graham Payne, Kim Shaw, Kristian Hariman, Emma Hrycak, David Fisher, Bob Harris, Sharon Harris and Anthony Cooke. Photo www.stevegould.co.uk
A THRILLER full of suspense and intrigue was performed by Skegness Playgoers at the Skegness Play Festival on Tuesday.'The Small Hours is a gripping international play by Francis Durbridge. It starts on a hijacked plane and weaves a tale of blackmail, affairs of the heart and murder threats.'The play, directed by Sue Sharman, will also appear at the Embassy Theatre, Skegness, on Thursday, June 25 to Saturday, June 27.'Tickets will cost �8, �7 and �2 for accompanied children.'Pictured, from left, Graham Payne, Kim Shaw, Kristian Hariman, Emma Hrycak, David Fisher, Bob Harris, Sharon Harris and Anthony Cooke. Photo www.stevegould.co.uk

Skegness Playgoers staged The Small Hours at the Skegness Play Festival 10 years ago.

The thriller, written by Francis Durbridge, starts on a hijacked plane and weaves a tale of blackmail, affairs of the heart, and murder threats.

Directed by Sue Sharman, it was also due appear at Skegness’ Embassy Theatre later in the month.