The Plot Thickens

sleuth /sluːθ/
noun
a detective.
verb
carry out a search or
investigation in the manner of a
detective.

Driving towards the Playhouse Theatre in Somerset West, being invited to the final dress rehearsal of Sleuth directed by Bettina Horvath and written by Anthony Shaffer, to be honest I did not know what to expect.

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Like the saying goes ‘expect the unexpected’, this is definitely true for this play, (if like me you have not watched the movie), as the audience is taken on a wild ride of twists and turns all well put together by an amazing cast of David Ballard and Christoan Smit both taking their roles to another level.

A gripping thriller taking you through the mind of two different personalities if not similiar, in the end it is all a game of  Love vs Money.

A great storyline well directed and well acted with witty dialogue and some good humour, this will really make for an awesome night out. A word of advice please bring your thinking caps, my eyes were all over the place looking for the objects after the clues were given out in Act 2….don’t know what I am talking about, well even more reason to get your ticket at Computicket and….

…Let the games begin.

Game, Set and Match…I think.

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3 thoughts on “The Plot Thickens

    1. shaunjengel Post author

      Was my pleasure and thank you again for the invite, amatuer theatre u say well didn’t seem to me that way I enjoyed it very much – Welldone and I know you will get more positive reviews

      Reply
  1. Clarinda

    had tix for that rajat kapoor show here but couldnt make it so passed them on 😦 oh well next til.itemleng them the truth – bit harder work at times but easier in the long run and totally worth it.

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