The University of Lincoln’s drama society returns to a stage near you once again next week after the success of their pantomime Aladdin at Christmas.
De-Railed is a self-written production and will be performed on the 8th to the 9th of April at the University’s Jackson Lecture Theatre. The story centres around a re-make of Agatha Christie’s ‘Murder on the Orient Express’.
Carmen Shillam spoke to the first director Jasmin Murphy to find out about the experience of being a part of the production.
Tickets cost £3.50-£5 and are available to buy now from the Tower Bar box office.
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