Bewdley Festival is presenting three events in early 2019 at St. George's Hall, Bewdley.
Where Is Mrs Christie? - Saturday 16th February 7:30 pm:
The mysterious eleven-day disappearance of Agatha Christie during the nineteen-twenties, an object of fascinating speculation worthy of one of her own detective thrillers, is the source of this one-woman touring production by the Worcester Rep Company. Author Chris Jaeger cunningly turns the "whodunnit" into a "whydunnit" with Agatha herself as narrator, defendant, and defence counsel.
Creating Villanelle - Saturday 2nd March 7:30pm:
An evening with Luke Jennings, the author responsible for the Villanelle books which are the basis of the award-winning and highly acclaimed TV series "Killing Eve"
Instructions for American Serviceman in Britain - Saturday 23rd March 7:30 pm:
A highly acclaimed comedy set in June 1942. A horde of Yankee servicemen (to be played by the audience) have landed in deepest darkest rural England and they're confused by the ways and customs of their hosts.
Everyone speaks funny, boils their food into oblivion and goes on endlessly about the weather. In comes a crack team of experts to brief them on the rules of British life - but the experts (Americans who've only just arrived themselves and English officers who think they know it all) are just as bad as their students and proceed to confuse all and sundry.
Tickets are available from the cafe in St. George's Hall or online by following these links: