Noir-style mystery performance comes to Wroot

A range of spectacular performances have been arranged as part of the LiveLincs spring season that will be visiting a town or village near you in North Lincolnshire.

Monday, 23rd January 2017, 1:51 pm
Updated Monday, 23rd January 2017, 1:57 pm

‘A View From The Edge’ is the first show as part of the new line-up and comes from Owdyado Theatre.

It will be shown at Wroot Village Hall on Saturday, February 11, at 7.30pm.

This show is suitable for people aged 14 and above.

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Described as ‘a stunning piece of theatre’ it tells the story of seductive beauty Elise Hillerman. Elise’s husband, a prominent gallery owner, mysteriously disappears, prompting her to hire a troubled private investigator in a bid to track him down. What follows is a noir-style mystery that promises to keep the audience guessing right to the end.

Witty and fast-paced the performance, by Cornwall-based Owdyado Theatre, is heavily influenced by the work of cult filmmakers Charlie Kaufman and David Lynch.

For more details about Owdyado Theatre, visit

LiveLincs is a rural touring programme of theatre, dance and music funded by Arts Council England and North Lincolnshire Council.

Managed by Blaize, LiveLincs, works with a network of local promoters to bring a programme of high quality, professional artists, (sourced nationally and internationally) to village halls and community centres.

Tickets cost £6 and are on sale now, call 01302 771802.