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Adam Woodyatt, long-time star of Eastenders, returns to the stage for the first time since 1982 in this world premiere adaptation of Peter James's best-selling novel by Shaun Mckenna. Alongside stage and screen regular Gaynor Faye, they'll be at the heart of this thrilling case, headed by James' iconic Detective Superintendent Roy Grace. A real edge-of-your-seat experience, Looking Good Dead is the most chilling and heartstopping Roy Grace investigation to date!
What is the story?
Inadvertently becoming a witness to a violent murder, Tom Bryce (Adam Woodyatt) is plunged into a terrifying world when he reports his statement to the police. Now in grave danger, it's up to Detective Superintendent Roy Grace to crack the case and save Bryce and his family, before it's too late.
Opening night: 14 February 2022
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