Tarantino meets British Farce when Baroque Theatre bring TWIST to The Lights on 16 June
Set in the 1990’s in the affluent Hampstead area of London, Twist tells the tense but hilarious story of mild-mannered accountant David who sees a sensational way of making a fortune by writing a kiss-and-tell biography about his venomous wife Sarah.
However, the play takes a turn when David realises that the book will do even better if Sarah, the nation’s favourite celebrity from hit soap Doctors and Nurses, is actually murdered!! How will he do it and just what will happen?
Twist is written by Miles Tredinnick, a rock musician, songwriter and a stage and screenwriter who has written for the hit BBC 1 television series Birds of a Feather and the late great Frankie Howerd. Miles is also known as Riff Regan, the founder member of the rock-band London.
Twist, directed by award-winning director Adam Morley, is a slick, stylish, edgy thriller with specially selected music and echoes of Tarantino’s hit film Pulp Fiction that will have audiences guessing until the shocking end.
In a Twist on the play, the audience can also enjoy a short, informal Q & A session after the show with the writer, Miles Tredinnick, and the Artistic Director, Adam Morley!