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Summary

An ex-trawlerman from East Hull.
An adopted teenager from Hessle.
An arsonist from Orchard Park.
All unknown to one another.
All apparently unconnected victims of brutal murders.

But Detective Sergeant Aector McAvoy reckons there’s a link. Trouble is, when you blow the whistle on your boss, however corrupt, no one listens to a grass.

They should.

Because if they don’t the list of victims will only get longer. And, for McAvoy at least, much, much closer to home…

Set in Hull and based on the thrilling crime novel by bestselling author David Mark, Ensemble 52 brings Aector McAvoy’s first case to the stage in a stunning adaptation by award winning writers Richard Vergette (Dancing Through the Shadows, As We Forgive Them) and Nick Lane (The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, My Favourite Summer), directed by Andrew Pearson (A Steady Rain, Great Expectations).

Date Time Price  
Tue 13 Mar 7.30pm £10.50 - £12.50  
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Wed 14 Mar 7.30pm £10.50 - £12.50  
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Thu 15 Mar 7.30pm £10.50 - £12.50  
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Fri 16 Mar 7.30pm £10.50 - £12.50  
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Sat 17 Mar 7.30pm £10.50 - £12.50  
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Venue

Hull Truck Theatre
50 Ferensway
Hull
HU2 8LB
01482 323638

http://www.hulltruck.co.uk

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Venue Access

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Baby Changing
  • Blue-Badge Parking
  • Hearing Loop
  • Level Access
  • Wheelchair Access

Opening times

Monday 10am - 5.30pm (or 30 mins prior to show time)
Tuesday 10am - 5.30pm (or 30 mins prior to show time)
Wednesday 10am - 5.30pm (or 30 mins prior to show time)
Thursday 10am - 5.30pm (or 30 mins prior to show time)
Friday 10am - 5.30pm (or 30 mins prior to show time)
Saturday 10am - 5.30pm (or 30 mins prior to show time)
Sunday Closed (or from 1 hour prior to show time)

Creative Credits

By David Mark
Adapted by Richard Vergette and Nick Lane
Directed by Andrew Pearson