Rebus: A Game Called Malice

Daniel Schumann and Lee Dean in association with Cambridge Arts Theatre present

Rebus: A Game Called Malice

The new play by Ian Rankin and Simon Reade

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A splendid dinner party in an Edinburgh mansion concludes with a murder mystery game created by the hostess. A murder needs to be solved. But the guests have secrets of their own, threatened by the very game they are playing. And among them is Inspector John Rebus. True crime is his calling. Is he playing an alternative game, one to which only he knows the rules? There are suspects, clues and danger with every twist and turn - and a shocking discovery will send this game called ‘Malice' hurtling towards a gasp-inducing conclusion.

Ian Rankin: Britain’s No.1 Crime Writer

Daily Mirror

Loveday Ingram directs Gray O’Brien (John Rebus), Abigail Thaw (Stephanie Jeffries) and Billy Hartman (Jack Fleming).

Sir Ian Rankin is the multimillion-copy award-winning bestseller of over thirty novels worldwide and creator of John Rebus. His books have been translated into thirty-six languages and have been adapted for radio, the stage and the screen. His Rebus novels have dominated the detective fiction market with the recent BBC television series ensuring the detective’s legendary status.

Rebus is an outstanding creation

Daily Telegraph

It's the puzzle that draws you in and Rebus A Game Called Malice has its fair share of unpredictability and intrigue

The Times

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Show Times

Tue 19 - Sat 23 Nov 2024

Wed, Thu & Sat Matinees: 2.30pm
Tue - Sat Evenings: 7.30pm

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