production. A spectacularly thrilling show was put on by Seaford Little Theatre last Tuesday (Tuesday 26th July 20I0). License for "Hide Something" aka "HD SMTH". Something to Hide by the actor and writer Leslie Sands is a piece of its time: the 1950’s. And completing the cast we have the excellent Darren McIlroy as the dogged – and very clever – Inspector Davies. Angela Chabot resists overplaying the easily-led Julia, and Margaret Kennedy is superbly amusing as a busybody neighbour.

The play is mooted as a “thriller” and it has everything an Agatha Christie fan could wish for: murder, adultery, blackmail, deception, twists and turns of plot and even a nosy neighbour. While I am not one of them - I’m an enormous fan of Knott and Hitchcock – ‘Something To Hide’, the July offering at Seaford Little Theatre is not without its flaws. The other minor role of Mr Purdie the mechanic is played by Paul Lawston. 'Something to Hide' is a mystery thriller based around the suspicious events taking place in the English countryhouse of novelist Howard Holt (Steve Wetherilt) and his wife Karen (Sandra Haynes). The opening scene is supposed to be lustful banter between Howard and his mistness, yet the fact that they were having an affair was not all that apparent The scene was a little bit static and almost too rehearsed; however as the play progressed it just got better and better, resulting in an all out edge-of-the-seat thriller. The pair worked well together; Wetherilt's A bumbling yet astute man, Inspector Davies is the policeman heading the investigation into the strange circumstances of 'Something to Hide' is a mystery thriller based around the suspicious events taking place in the English countryhouse of novelist Howard Holt (Steve Wetherilt) and his wife Karen (Sandra Haynes). Change ). Jerome Kern’s The Way You Look Tonight is a particularly good choice of song to evoke the atmosphere of what is both happening and about to happen. The action of play revolves Somehow, neither the relationships between the central married couple nor the lovers ever quite convince, but the whole thing picks up and improves across the board with the arrival of Hamilton’s excellent Inspector Davies - an incisive mind operating behind a screen of kindly, methodical lumbering, a Columbo stumbling into Midsomer Murders. Full of unexpected twists and turns, spine-tingling There were decent cameos from rural busybody Miss Cunningham, a cert for Miss Marple if another Christie-type piece is on the cards next season. Later offerings in the same style by the likes of Frederick Knott, Ira Levin and Anthony Shaffer brought a modern, more psychological edge to the genre but essentially, the whodunit is very much of its time. Mrs Holt's car crash. A Feast in Time of Plague: a Morality Tale. This overall feel is enhanced by touches such as masking scene changes by closing the curtains – something I’ve not seen in the theatre in a … This overall feel is enhanced by touches such as masking scene changes by closing the curtains – something I’ve not seen in the theatre in a long time – and the choice of contemporary 1950’s music playing on the radio. Equally, Share, send, transfer files with WiFi? It gives you control of who sees what and help protect your privacy. He slyly interrogates the husband and wife to find out what has happened to the missing Julia. Wisely, SMDG’s director, Jean Wood has chosen to leave it firmly where it belongs in terms of staging and thus it may be viewed as a “period” as opposed to “dated”.

Davies refuses to let the wool be pulled over his eyes, and suspects from the start that I failed to spot the twists at the end. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies, Users Interact, Shares Location, Digital Purchases, By purchasing this item, you are transacting with Google Payments and agreeing to the Google Payments, 100% Privacy for your private photos and videos. SEAFORD SCENE Review by Emily Jane Polling. Backup or share your installed Applications! Haynes's nervous and crumbling character. As the protagonist (or is he…?) click here to view. Angela Chabot, as his lover, looked good and moved well – and I confess I never realised till the curtain that she was also the Holts’ sassy, put-upon maid, not above reading the family mail. It was she who launched the unravelling of the plot and by halfway, after Chris Church’s delightful Mr. Purdie, floated another red herring into the mix, the production was well into its stride and the net began to tighten. Under the skilful direction of Alan G Baker, a strong cast ensures that Leslie Sands' superb script and characters are projected convincingly. These characters are somewhat superfluous to the plot but serve the good purpose of relieving the tension just when it is needed. EASY, SIMPLE and FREE! the perfonmances of Sandra Haynes and Steve Wetherilt as the warring couple covering up a crime were very enjoyable. strong scheming and manipulation contrasted well with Overall this was a very entertaining piece and a lovely nostalgic trip back in time and Ms Wood must have been delighted at the first night audience’s gasps and screams on more than one occasion during the play. As the plot thickened and the play drew to a close the audience sat heavy with anticipation, teetering on their My one criticism is the long gaps between scenes for what is a single-set, well designed by the multi-talented Baker. There are also splendid cameos from Chris Church, playing motor mechanic Will Purdie, and Beth O'Calagan as the maid.

The overall look of the set did exactly what it was supposed to and took us immediately into the country home of a wealthy couple. Howard Holt played by Richard Pool is suave and comes into his own towards the end of the play. Those who enjoy thrillers with plenty of twists should pay a visit to Seaford Little Theatre's excellent presentation of Something To Hide.

What was the dead girl doing coming back to life halfway through the last scene ? With "Hide Something", • Your public gallery remains available to your friends, family, and coworkers.  Sandra Haynes, as his wife, proved an excellent foil for the Inspector and gave us the range of emotions from confused, terrified, angry and bereft in a noteworthy reading. Like Chief Inspector Hubbard in Dial M for Murder, Davies is a forerunner of Columbo and there must have been a temptation to play him as a caricature, but thankfully both actor and director resisted temptation and there was an almost audible sigh of relief from the audience when Davies’ reassuring presence announced itself in Act Two. There can surely be no finer recommendation for a thriller than that!

A fantastic twist at the end Hide photos, pictures and videos from your gallery. Alan G Baker did a great job of directing the mystery and deserves the praise the Written by the actor Leslie Sands and directed by Alan G Baker, it is an ingenious and satisfying tale - but partly because the later action requires holes in the early plot, and partly because the opening scene is leaden, it starts slowly. seats and hoping not to be left on another cliff-hanger However, the curtains in this rather grand house were the wrong length and un-ironed, the rather upmarket and business-like desk was mismatched with a dining chair and a rogue briefcase found its way into the centre of the set for no reason that I can recall, causing the actors to walk around or over it. The central characters were all well cast and equally well played; notable in particular was the performance (as we were in the interval).

Deborah Moggach is the author from The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel which has been turned into a top grossing film staring Judi Dench. ★ New feature: One click to browse your phone's invisible photos with desktop browser! Something To Hide Photo Album Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account.

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production. A spectacularly thrilling show was put on by Seaford Little Theatre last Tuesday (Tuesday 26th July 20I0). License for "Hide Something" aka "HD SMTH". Something to Hide by the actor and writer Leslie Sands is a piece of its time: the 1950’s. And completing the cast we have the excellent Darren McIlroy as the dogged – and very clever – Inspector Davies. Angela Chabot resists overplaying the easily-led Julia, and Margaret Kennedy is superbly amusing as a busybody neighbour.

The play is mooted as a “thriller” and it has everything an Agatha Christie fan could wish for: murder, adultery, blackmail, deception, twists and turns of plot and even a nosy neighbour. While I am not one of them - I’m an enormous fan of Knott and Hitchcock – ‘Something To Hide’, the July offering at Seaford Little Theatre is not without its flaws. The other minor role of Mr Purdie the mechanic is played by Paul Lawston. 'Something to Hide' is a mystery thriller based around the suspicious events taking place in the English countryhouse of novelist Howard Holt (Steve Wetherilt) and his wife Karen (Sandra Haynes). The opening scene is supposed to be lustful banter between Howard and his mistness, yet the fact that they were having an affair was not all that apparent The scene was a little bit static and almost too rehearsed; however as the play progressed it just got better and better, resulting in an all out edge-of-the-seat thriller. The pair worked well together; Wetherilt's A bumbling yet astute man, Inspector Davies is the policeman heading the investigation into the strange circumstances of 'Something to Hide' is a mystery thriller based around the suspicious events taking place in the English countryhouse of novelist Howard Holt (Steve Wetherilt) and his wife Karen (Sandra Haynes). Change ). Jerome Kern’s The Way You Look Tonight is a particularly good choice of song to evoke the atmosphere of what is both happening and about to happen. The action of play revolves Somehow, neither the relationships between the central married couple nor the lovers ever quite convince, but the whole thing picks up and improves across the board with the arrival of Hamilton’s excellent Inspector Davies - an incisive mind operating behind a screen of kindly, methodical lumbering, a Columbo stumbling into Midsomer Murders. Full of unexpected twists and turns, spine-tingling There were decent cameos from rural busybody Miss Cunningham, a cert for Miss Marple if another Christie-type piece is on the cards next season. Later offerings in the same style by the likes of Frederick Knott, Ira Levin and Anthony Shaffer brought a modern, more psychological edge to the genre but essentially, the whodunit is very much of its time. Mrs Holt's car crash. A Feast in Time of Plague: a Morality Tale. This overall feel is enhanced by touches such as masking scene changes by closing the curtains – something I’ve not seen in the theatre in a … This overall feel is enhanced by touches such as masking scene changes by closing the curtains – something I’ve not seen in the theatre in a long time – and the choice of contemporary 1950’s music playing on the radio. Equally, Share, send, transfer files with WiFi? It gives you control of who sees what and help protect your privacy. He slyly interrogates the husband and wife to find out what has happened to the missing Julia. Wisely, SMDG’s director, Jean Wood has chosen to leave it firmly where it belongs in terms of staging and thus it may be viewed as a “period” as opposed to “dated”.

Davies refuses to let the wool be pulled over his eyes, and suspects from the start that I failed to spot the twists at the end. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies, Users Interact, Shares Location, Digital Purchases, By purchasing this item, you are transacting with Google Payments and agreeing to the Google Payments, 100% Privacy for your private photos and videos. SEAFORD SCENE Review by Emily Jane Polling. Backup or share your installed Applications! Haynes's nervous and crumbling character. As the protagonist (or is he…?) click here to view. Angela Chabot, as his lover, looked good and moved well – and I confess I never realised till the curtain that she was also the Holts’ sassy, put-upon maid, not above reading the family mail. It was she who launched the unravelling of the plot and by halfway, after Chris Church’s delightful Mr. Purdie, floated another red herring into the mix, the production was well into its stride and the net began to tighten. Under the skilful direction of Alan G Baker, a strong cast ensures that Leslie Sands' superb script and characters are projected convincingly. These characters are somewhat superfluous to the plot but serve the good purpose of relieving the tension just when it is needed. EASY, SIMPLE and FREE! the perfonmances of Sandra Haynes and Steve Wetherilt as the warring couple covering up a crime were very enjoyable. strong scheming and manipulation contrasted well with Overall this was a very entertaining piece and a lovely nostalgic trip back in time and Ms Wood must have been delighted at the first night audience’s gasps and screams on more than one occasion during the play. As the plot thickened and the play drew to a close the audience sat heavy with anticipation, teetering on their My one criticism is the long gaps between scenes for what is a single-set, well designed by the multi-talented Baker. There are also splendid cameos from Chris Church, playing motor mechanic Will Purdie, and Beth O'Calagan as the maid.

The overall look of the set did exactly what it was supposed to and took us immediately into the country home of a wealthy couple. Howard Holt played by Richard Pool is suave and comes into his own towards the end of the play. Those who enjoy thrillers with plenty of twists should pay a visit to Seaford Little Theatre's excellent presentation of Something To Hide.

What was the dead girl doing coming back to life halfway through the last scene ? With "Hide Something", • Your public gallery remains available to your friends, family, and coworkers.  Sandra Haynes, as his wife, proved an excellent foil for the Inspector and gave us the range of emotions from confused, terrified, angry and bereft in a noteworthy reading. Like Chief Inspector Hubbard in Dial M for Murder, Davies is a forerunner of Columbo and there must have been a temptation to play him as a caricature, but thankfully both actor and director resisted temptation and there was an almost audible sigh of relief from the audience when Davies’ reassuring presence announced itself in Act Two. There can surely be no finer recommendation for a thriller than that!

A fantastic twist at the end Hide photos, pictures and videos from your gallery. Alan G Baker did a great job of directing the mystery and deserves the praise the Written by the actor Leslie Sands and directed by Alan G Baker, it is an ingenious and satisfying tale - but partly because the later action requires holes in the early plot, and partly because the opening scene is leaden, it starts slowly. seats and hoping not to be left on another cliff-hanger However, the curtains in this rather grand house were the wrong length and un-ironed, the rather upmarket and business-like desk was mismatched with a dining chair and a rogue briefcase found its way into the centre of the set for no reason that I can recall, causing the actors to walk around or over it. The central characters were all well cast and equally well played; notable in particular was the performance (as we were in the interval).

Deborah Moggach is the author from The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel which has been turned into a top grossing film staring Judi Dench. ★ New feature: One click to browse your phone's invisible photos with desktop browser! Something To Hide Photo Album Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account.

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Newcomer Steve Wetherilt makes an impressive Seaford debut as sinister author Howard Holt, who takes full advantage of a bizarre situation when his wife Karen accidentally runs over his lover Julia in her car. Lock'em in your vault and relax, True privacy guaranteed! The play follows a scheming author Howard Holt (Steve Wetherilt), his lover, his wife and publisher (Sandra Haynes) and a canny detective (John Hamilton), who almost immediately realises something isn't quite right about Karen Holt's motor accident - especially when young Julie Grant (Angela Chabot) goes missing around the same time. App Backup - Easy and Fast! Hai Dian district, Beijing, China, 100084, LockMyPix Secret Photo Vault: Hide Photos & Videos, Photo Vault PRIVARY: Hide Photos, Videos & Files, Hide Pictures, Hide Photos & Videos, Gallery Vault, SMSROBOT LTD (Auto Call Recorder, Period Tracker), Sgallery - Hide photos, hide videos, gallery vault.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. The book Something to hide is a warm, witty and wise novel about the unexpected twists that later life can bring. Hamilton was perfect for the role of a country policeman and played his character with brilliant accuracy. best production I have seen at the Little Theatre. The Inspector's incessant prying into a seemingly innocent accident sets the plot rolling for the entire play. Wisely, SMDG’s director, Jean Wood has chosen to leave it firmly where it belongs in terms of staging and thus it may be viewed as a “period” as opposed to “dated”. Susan Reoch, as the moneyed wife, Karen is well cast, demonstrating vulnerability and steely determination in equal measure. In the main SMDG’s actors are more than up to this task of storytelling-acting and the dramatic action moves at a good pace. Learn how your comment data is processed. Support "SD card"! A truly enjoyable evening. At the start of the play I had my doubts about the This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. And did we care ? She has little to work with, but is a crucial character and Ms Doble is both three dimensional and sympathetic. Who was blackmailing whom ?

production. A spectacularly thrilling show was put on by Seaford Little Theatre last Tuesday (Tuesday 26th July 20I0). License for "Hide Something" aka "HD SMTH". Something to Hide by the actor and writer Leslie Sands is a piece of its time: the 1950’s. And completing the cast we have the excellent Darren McIlroy as the dogged – and very clever – Inspector Davies. Angela Chabot resists overplaying the easily-led Julia, and Margaret Kennedy is superbly amusing as a busybody neighbour.

The play is mooted as a “thriller” and it has everything an Agatha Christie fan could wish for: murder, adultery, blackmail, deception, twists and turns of plot and even a nosy neighbour. While I am not one of them - I’m an enormous fan of Knott and Hitchcock – ‘Something To Hide’, the July offering at Seaford Little Theatre is not without its flaws. The other minor role of Mr Purdie the mechanic is played by Paul Lawston. 'Something to Hide' is a mystery thriller based around the suspicious events taking place in the English countryhouse of novelist Howard Holt (Steve Wetherilt) and his wife Karen (Sandra Haynes). The opening scene is supposed to be lustful banter between Howard and his mistness, yet the fact that they were having an affair was not all that apparent The scene was a little bit static and almost too rehearsed; however as the play progressed it just got better and better, resulting in an all out edge-of-the-seat thriller. The pair worked well together; Wetherilt's A bumbling yet astute man, Inspector Davies is the policeman heading the investigation into the strange circumstances of 'Something to Hide' is a mystery thriller based around the suspicious events taking place in the English countryhouse of novelist Howard Holt (Steve Wetherilt) and his wife Karen (Sandra Haynes). Change ). Jerome Kern’s The Way You Look Tonight is a particularly good choice of song to evoke the atmosphere of what is both happening and about to happen. The action of play revolves Somehow, neither the relationships between the central married couple nor the lovers ever quite convince, but the whole thing picks up and improves across the board with the arrival of Hamilton’s excellent Inspector Davies - an incisive mind operating behind a screen of kindly, methodical lumbering, a Columbo stumbling into Midsomer Murders. Full of unexpected twists and turns, spine-tingling There were decent cameos from rural busybody Miss Cunningham, a cert for Miss Marple if another Christie-type piece is on the cards next season. Later offerings in the same style by the likes of Frederick Knott, Ira Levin and Anthony Shaffer brought a modern, more psychological edge to the genre but essentially, the whodunit is very much of its time. Mrs Holt's car crash. A Feast in Time of Plague: a Morality Tale. This overall feel is enhanced by touches such as masking scene changes by closing the curtains – something I’ve not seen in the theatre in a … This overall feel is enhanced by touches such as masking scene changes by closing the curtains – something I’ve not seen in the theatre in a long time – and the choice of contemporary 1950’s music playing on the radio. Equally, Share, send, transfer files with WiFi? It gives you control of who sees what and help protect your privacy. He slyly interrogates the husband and wife to find out what has happened to the missing Julia. Wisely, SMDG’s director, Jean Wood has chosen to leave it firmly where it belongs in terms of staging and thus it may be viewed as a “period” as opposed to “dated”.

Davies refuses to let the wool be pulled over his eyes, and suspects from the start that I failed to spot the twists at the end. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies, Users Interact, Shares Location, Digital Purchases, By purchasing this item, you are transacting with Google Payments and agreeing to the Google Payments, 100% Privacy for your private photos and videos. SEAFORD SCENE Review by Emily Jane Polling. Backup or share your installed Applications! Haynes's nervous and crumbling character. As the protagonist (or is he…?) click here to view. Angela Chabot, as his lover, looked good and moved well – and I confess I never realised till the curtain that she was also the Holts’ sassy, put-upon maid, not above reading the family mail. It was she who launched the unravelling of the plot and by halfway, after Chris Church’s delightful Mr. Purdie, floated another red herring into the mix, the production was well into its stride and the net began to tighten. Under the skilful direction of Alan G Baker, a strong cast ensures that Leslie Sands' superb script and characters are projected convincingly. These characters are somewhat superfluous to the plot but serve the good purpose of relieving the tension just when it is needed. EASY, SIMPLE and FREE! the perfonmances of Sandra Haynes and Steve Wetherilt as the warring couple covering up a crime were very enjoyable. strong scheming and manipulation contrasted well with Overall this was a very entertaining piece and a lovely nostalgic trip back in time and Ms Wood must have been delighted at the first night audience’s gasps and screams on more than one occasion during the play. As the plot thickened and the play drew to a close the audience sat heavy with anticipation, teetering on their My one criticism is the long gaps between scenes for what is a single-set, well designed by the multi-talented Baker. There are also splendid cameos from Chris Church, playing motor mechanic Will Purdie, and Beth O'Calagan as the maid.

The overall look of the set did exactly what it was supposed to and took us immediately into the country home of a wealthy couple. Howard Holt played by Richard Pool is suave and comes into his own towards the end of the play. Those who enjoy thrillers with plenty of twists should pay a visit to Seaford Little Theatre's excellent presentation of Something To Hide.

What was the dead girl doing coming back to life halfway through the last scene ? With "Hide Something", • Your public gallery remains available to your friends, family, and coworkers.  Sandra Haynes, as his wife, proved an excellent foil for the Inspector and gave us the range of emotions from confused, terrified, angry and bereft in a noteworthy reading. Like Chief Inspector Hubbard in Dial M for Murder, Davies is a forerunner of Columbo and there must have been a temptation to play him as a caricature, but thankfully both actor and director resisted temptation and there was an almost audible sigh of relief from the audience when Davies’ reassuring presence announced itself in Act Two. There can surely be no finer recommendation for a thriller than that!

A fantastic twist at the end Hide photos, pictures and videos from your gallery. Alan G Baker did a great job of directing the mystery and deserves the praise the Written by the actor Leslie Sands and directed by Alan G Baker, it is an ingenious and satisfying tale - but partly because the later action requires holes in the early plot, and partly because the opening scene is leaden, it starts slowly. seats and hoping not to be left on another cliff-hanger However, the curtains in this rather grand house were the wrong length and un-ironed, the rather upmarket and business-like desk was mismatched with a dining chair and a rogue briefcase found its way into the centre of the set for no reason that I can recall, causing the actors to walk around or over it. The central characters were all well cast and equally well played; notable in particular was the performance (as we were in the interval).

Deborah Moggach is the author from The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel which has been turned into a top grossing film staring Judi Dench. ★ New feature: One click to browse your phone's invisible photos with desktop browser! Something To Hide Photo Album Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account.

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