Inspector Morse returns with House Of Ghosts

PUBLISHED: 18:00 14 November 2010

Colin Baker

Colin Baker


Exactly 35 years after a certain grumpy super sleuth with an eye for the ladies and a thirst for real ale made his first appearance in Colin Dexter’s novel Last Bus to Woodstock, he’s back..

Inspector Morse takes to the stage at the Palace Theatre in Westcliff from Monday November 29 to Saturday December 4 at 8pm, plus a matinee performance at 2.30pm in a all new murder mystery called House Of Ghosts.

By special arrangement with COlin Dexter and starring Colin Baker as Morse, Alma Cullen- the writer behind four of the hugely successful ITV episodes and Director Robin Herford (Woman In Black)- bring the inscrutable detective to audiences across the UK in what promises to be one of the theatrical events of the year.

Since Oxford undergraduate days, Morse has regarded theatre director Lawrence Baxter as the only truly evil man he has ever met.

So what happens when twenty odd years later, Morse finds Baxter at the centre of a murder case that involves the on stage death of a young actress.

Tickets start from £14.50 to £23.50 with concessions available from the box office on 01702 351135.

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