Christie classic for local group

Taking a stab at a classic:  Tarryn McGrath and Peter Neaves in Witness for the Prosecution.
Taking a stab at a classic: Tarryn McGrath and Peter Neaves in Witness for the Prosecution.

Directed by Sharon Wigley, it tells the story of a mild-mannered, unemployed inventor, Leonard Vole.

Leonard is married but through a chance encounter, he becomes friendly with rich widow Emily French.

When he is accused of her murder, his solicitor refers the case to brilliant barrister, Sir Wilfred Robarts.

Wilfred believes his client to be innocent but Leonard�s only alibi is his wife � the calm and coldly calculating Romaine Vole.

Wilfred�s task becomes harder when Romaine agrees to be a witness for the prosecution. The show will be staged at Padbury Community Hall at 8pm on August 22, 28 and 29 and 3pm on August 23.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 concession.

To book, call Sharon on 0414 829 876 or email joondalup.encore@iinet.net.au.