Agatha Christie’s ‘The Spider’s Web’ is running at the Old Mill, South Perth at 8 pm on weekends until 3rd December.
The curtains opened to applause, as the audience showed their appreciation of the excellent set that depicted the lounge of a mansion in Kent. Like all good murder stories this has French windows, a murder in the first few minutes and a secret passage. I recognised the story, but sufficient changes have been made to this play, compared to the TV version, that you will still be kept up in the air as to the identity of the murderer. The few red herrings were skilfully presented, and I am sure will have misled many.
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