Talisman Theatre on track with The Girl on the Train
Rachel played by Katie-Anne Ray
The Girl on the Train, The Talisman Theatre from Monday 17 April to Saturday 22 April.
Preview by Sharon Sully
Make sure you stop off at The Talisman Theatre to catch the stage adaptation of ‘The Girl on the Train’ this month. Based on the global best-selling novel, written by Paula Hawkins, which then went on to hit the box office with the DreamWorks film in 2016, this gripping psychological thriller has also been adapted for the stage by Paula Wagstaff and Duncan Abel.
Whether you have read the novel or seen the film, The Talisman Theatre is set to make sure this stage adaptation unravels all the characters involved in this missing persons investigation promising for an evening full of suspense and intrigue.
‘The Girl on the Train’ tells the story of a woman called Rachel Watson (Katie-Anne Ray), a divorcee, still reeling after her break-up, who finds solace imagining the lives of a couple she sees each day from a train window. But when the woman she’s been watching disappears, Rachel becomes entangled in a missing persons investigation that promises to send shockwaves through her life.
Now she has the chance to become involved in the lives of those that until now she has only been able to watch from afar. Come along to this production of ‘The Girl on the Train’ at The Talisman Theatre, to find out if Rachel holds the key to finding the missing girl.
Directed by Sam Harris, ‘The Girl on the Train’ runs from Monday 17 April to Saturday 22 April. Tickets can be booked online via the website www.talismantheatre.co.uk or by calling the Box Office on 01926 856548.
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