Chilling thriller in Kettering

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Veronica's Room
From the author who brought the psychological horror Rosemary's Baby into the world comes a chilling new thriller played at the Lighthouse Theatre in Kettering.

Veronica’s Room by Ira Levin can be seen on Friday, October 28, and is being staged by the Norwich based Baroque Theatre Company.

The author also penned horror classic Deathtrap, and the show promises to take audiences into a spider’s web of fantasy, reality and danger.

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It tells the story of Susan Kerner, a young, beautiful Boston college student who is on a date with the charming Larry Eastwood in 1973.

The young lovers find themselves at The Brabissant mansion owned by the Mackeys, an elderly Irish couple instantly struck by Susan’s strong resemblance to long since dead Veronica Brabissant.

Together they enter Veronica’s room, untouched since 1935 and nothing will ever be the same again.

Tickets for the show are £13 for concessions and £15 for adults. For more details or to book tickets in advance visit or call the box office on 01536 414141.

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