November will see another of our popular murder mysteries being performed with the production of ‘A Touch of Danger’ written by prolific thriller writer, Francis Durbridge.
Written in 1987, this intriguing story tells of Max Telligan, a popular novelist, who returns to his London apartment from a business trip in Munich to find the evening newspaper containing a report of his violent death.
Thus begins a sequence of events involving men from the CID, the CIA, the security services and a terrorist organisation.
This is a classic Durbridge tale of murderous happenings where nobody quite knows who is who or who to trust and will keep the audiences enthralled and guessing until the very end.
“Durbridge is a master craftsman at keeping his audiences poised on the edge of their seats”