By Simon Brett
After an extended interval of ‘resting’, existence is asking up for Charles Paris, who has been forged because the Ghost of Hamlet’s Father and primary Gravedigger in a brand new construction of Hamlet. But rehearsals are fraught. Ophelia is performed by means of Katrina Selsey, who received the function via a tv expertise show. Hamlet himself can be performed by way of a truth television contestant, Jared Root – and the 2 younger stars have relatively assorted perspectives of famous person and the theatre than the more matured contributors of the cast.
But while the corporate achieve the 1st staging put up in their journey, the Grand Theatre Marlborough, concerns get extra critical, with one member of the corporate heavily injured in what seems to be an coincidence, and one other dead. once more, Charles Paris is pressured to don the mantle of novice detective to unravel the mystery.
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