Trap For a Lonely Man

Aug 19, 2012

The film Alfred Hitchcock almost made!
“Trap for a Lonely Man” by Robert Thomas,translated by lucienne Hill and John Sutro is a tense psychological thriller set in a remote chalet in the French Alps. As the play opens Daniel Corban is being quizzed by a police inspector about the disappearance of his wife.
As other characters (including a suspiciously smooth priest and a woman claiming to be the missing wife) enter, so Corban’s grip on reality exits, and we are left with the inspector desperately trying to extract fact from fiction.
Packed full of suspense and intrigue, with a killer final twist, Robert Thomas’ thriller plays out like a Vertigo/Spellbound mash-up for agoraphobics.
This Production is in presented by Rutherglen Repertory Theatre with Rutherglen Town Hall and is produced by arrangement by Josef Weinberger LTD  and is on on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th September with both performances starting at 7.30 pm. Tickets can be bought in person from the town hall, be phoning 613 5700 or online at the SLLC box office Tickets are priced at £7 and £6 (concessions)