Agatha Christie's "Verdict"
25th - 28th March 2020
Performances start at 7.30 pm.
Holy Trinity Amblecote Church Hall, Vicarage Road, Amblecote, Stourbridge, DY8 4JA
Karl Hendryk, a brilliant professor who, with his wife and her cousin, have fled persecution
in their homeland to find themselves ensconced in London. The play concerns itself with the
relationships the professor has with the women in his life. His wife, Anya, who is suffering
from a progressively debilitating disease, her cousin and carer, Lisa, and Helen Rollander, a
spoiled student who takes up private lessons with the professor.
Not a murder mystery or a 'whodunnit' but a profound and thoughtful piece that deals with the
human experience. Delving deeply into the psychology of relationships and moral
philosophy, this is the story of a misguided idealist who loves so intensely it becomes
ultimately destructive and unattainable
Car Parking is free at the Stourbridge Health Centre Opposite the Hall in Vicarage Road.
The church hall car park is reserved for disabled and restricted mobility audience members, the cast and authorised helpers.