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VenueQueen Mother Theatre
From13th June 2007
To16th June 2007
PricesFrom £7.00. To £7.00.
What is currently on at Queen Mother Theatre (V46)

The Killing of Sister George

The Killing of Sister GeorgeT677621590
This dark adult comedy follows actress June Buckridge as she discovers that Sister George, the much-loved character she plays in the popular radio soap opera Applehurst, is about to be killed off. Already volatile and difficult to work with, June’s behaviour becomes increasingly paranoid to the consternation of her live-in companion, Childie, and her employer, Mrs Croft. First seen in London’s West End in 1965 and later filmed under the same title, The Killing of Sister George still packs a powerful satiric punch.
Author Frank Marcus

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Director Charles Plester

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