Opening Night was just days ago, but the Queen’s Theatre is delighted to announce that Partners in Crime has been nominated for no less than THREE prestigious awards.
This inventive adaptation by Sarah Punshon and Johann Hari of Agatha Christie‘s gripping thriller has been nominated for Best Director (John Nicholson), Best Lighting Designer (Howard Hudson) and Best Set Designer (Tom Rogers) by the Off West End Theatre Awards. Running until 19 November, Partners in Crime is presented by the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch and Eleanor Lloyd Productions in association with The Watermill Theatre.
Also known as The Offies, the Off West End Awards recognise and celebrate the excellence, innovation and ingenuity of independent theatres across London.
Partners in Crime also scooped a fantastic five-star review from popular theatre website Reviews Hub.
Here’s what the critics think:
‘Gift-wrapped and delectable…Dazzling skill at a breath-taking pace.’
‘Charming and hilarious…The staging is stunning…highly inventive’
‘Exquisitely precise timing resulting in laugh-out-loud hilarity’
‘Jolly japes and lively escapism’
‘Good old-fashioned fun’
‘Incredibly versatile and impressive set’
‘Top notch…non-stop action and comedy’
‘A fantastic performance with perfect comic timing’
‘A very enjoyable watch that kept you guessing until the very end.’
‘A real treat’
‘A thoroughly gorgeous piece of stage-craft and ensemble work.’
Read all reviews in full here.
Tickets are £12.50 – £29. Call the Box Office on 01708 443333 or book online.