Court Theatre, Liverpool
June - 5th July 2008
Car rolls. Broken bones and flashing lights. Hope. Misery.
famous author of the "Misery Chastain" books,
awakes following a car accident in a bed he doesn't recognise.
Annie Wilkes, who lives alone in the hill, was on hand
to rescue him fom the wreckage and tend to his wounds.
All that she asks in return is that he saves the life
of one of his fictional characters. She can be very persuasive...
Stephen King in 1987 and turned into a film with James
Caan and Kathy Bates in 1990, Misery is one of the greatest
thrillers in any medium. Andrew Schofield (Brick Up, Lost
Soul, Good Golly Miss Molly) is back in the Court in the
Paul Sheldon role. Join him for a thrilling evening of
theatre that will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout
as Paul Sheldon