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No good deed goes unpunished…hours after finding a discarded USB memory stick, Tom Bryce (Adam Woodyatt), inadvertently becomes a witness to a vicious murder. Reporting the crime to the police has disastrous consequences, placing him and his family in grave danger. When Detective Superintendent Roy Grace becomes involved, he has his own demons to contend with, while he tries to crack the case in time to save the Bryce family’s lives.
Adapted by award winning writer Shaun McKenna, Looking Good Dead follows the huge stage success of The Perfect Murder and Dead Simple and will keep you on the edge of your seat until the chilling final moments!
Adam Woodyatt is the longest-serving cast member in EastEnders having appeared continuously as Ian Beale since the show began in 1985. For his portrayal of the role he was honoured in 2013 with the Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2015 after the EastEnders 30th Anniversary Live episode, Best Actor at the British Soap Awards. Looking Good Dead marks Adam’s return to stage in a play for the first time since 1982.
Gaynor Faye is a treasured star of UK stage and screen, becoming a beloved member of both Coronation Street as Judy Mallett, and Emmerdale as Megan Macey. Having recently starred on our screens again this year, in BBC1’s hit drama The Syndicate, Gaynor now returns to the stage in Looking Good Dead, after critically acclaimed stage performances in Calendar Girls and Band of Gold.
Peter James is the UK’s number one bestselling author of crime and thriller novels. He is the creator of the much-loved Detective Superintendent Roy Grace, recently played by John Simm in a major ITV series, Grace.
Don’t miss your chance to see the world premiere tour of Peter James’ gripping new play.
This thrilling thriller had the audience on the edge of their seats.- Latest 7 (for Peter James’ Not Dead Enough)
A great night in the theatre.- BritishTheatre.com (for Peter James’ The Perfect Murder)
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