About the showAlfred Hitchcock's legendary 'Strangers on a Train' drives into the West End in a brand new stage production. This gripping new thriller is written by Craig Warner, and based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith which also inspired the hit film. Robert Allan Ackerman directs this production, which is produced by 007 movie franchise supporters Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson. The play is designed by Tim Goodchild, with costumes by Dona Granata, lighting by Tim Lutkin and projection design by Peter Wilms.
One seemingly innocent conversation quickly evolves into a dangerous reality for Guy Haines. After meeting Charles Bruno on a train journey, he soon realises that their meeting will have nightmarish consequences. Blackmail and psychological torment soon threatens to consume Guy along with his family and career. Left with a difficult choice, he needs to decide whether he should kill, or be framed for a murder he did not commit.
The stage production features Laurence Fox, who was last seen in the West End in 'Our Boys' at the Duchess Theatre. On TV he is known for playing DS Hathaway in Lewis. He is joined by Jack Huston, whose screen credits include Boardwalk Empire, Factory Girl and the upcoming 'Kill Your Darlings'. Imogen Stubbs is a veteran of the stage, appearing in over 40 plays in the West End. They are joined by Christian Mckay and Miranda Raison.