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The Attic Players next production is 'The Thrill of Love' by Amanda Whittington. This is the true story of Ruth Ellis and her tragic descent into despair, culminating in the shooting of her lover David Blakely in April 1955. Ruth Ellis was found guilty of murder, and was hanged on July 13th 1955, the last woman to be executed in Britain.
The cast and crew have studied a huge amount of information about the case, alongside the script, which is particularly stylised and departs from convention, and have worked hard to give our audience an authentic perspective of the period as well as the facts. We hope that our production will encourage some thoughtful insight into what was a tragedy at the time, and still causes debate today.
Performance dates are April 17th-20th at 7:30pm (doors open at 7), at the Attic Theatre, Newcastle Emlyn.
PLEASE NOTE: This production contains adult themes and short moments of flashing lights.
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!
Tickets are £8 for adults and £6.50 for under 16s.
Bulk discount offer: Buy 10 or more tickets online and receive £1 off the cost of each ticket! (Discount automatically applied at checkout)
Click here to book online, or visit Fair and Fabulous in Newcastle Emlyn to buy in person.
"The Attic Players is an amateur group committed to producing the highest quality live entertainment. The Attic Theatre is situated in Cawdor Hall under the clock tower in the centre of Newcastle Emlyn."
Click here to read all about the Film Festival hosted by Attic in 2014
Please note: the Attic Theatre is on the first floor of a listed building. The public entrance is at the top of a stone staircase outside the building with no wheelchair access. The Attic Players apologise for any inconvenience caused.