Probably the best amateur theatre club in
A psychological thriller of, which and seeks to examine the repercussions
of a criminal act. Set within the dingy backstreets of Paris, a repressed and
silently resentful young woman is forced into a loveless marriage to her sickly
cousin Camille. But when Thérèse meets Laurent, something is unleashed
that drives them ultimately to commit a crime that will haunt them forever.
Thérèse Raquin caused a scandal when it appeared in 1867 and brought its
twenty seven year old author Emile Zola a notoriety that followed him
throughout his life.
“The law can look as deeply as it likes, but when the crime itself goes
unsuspected, well, there’s many a murderer basking in the sun.”
Cheshire Theatre Guild Awards
Best Lighting & Sound
Mike Howard as Michaud: Best Supporting Actor
Best Costumes & Adjudicator’s Award