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|Venue||Old Vic Theatre|
|From||17th March 2011|
|Opened||29th March 2011|
|To||11th June 2011|
|When||Mon-Sat 19:30. Sat,Wed Mats 14:30. No Mats Mar 19,23,30. Mar 31 Mat 14:30|
|Prices||From £10.00. To £48.50. |
|What is currently on at Old Vic Theatre (V402)|
A shocking view of the notorious murder trial of a married woman and her teenage lover. Alma Rattenbury was married to a man 30 years her senior. In 1934 she advertised in the Bournemouth Echo for a 'daily willing lad, 14-18, for housework'. Within a month they were lovers, and within a year they were in the dock of the Old Bailey, on trial for the murder of Alma's husband.
Archive :: production:T01360415433, play:S2744, venue:V402
- 19 May 11 Open Captioned (STAGETEXT)
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