A new play about lost friendship and betrayal comes to Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre this weekend.
A young woman lies unconscious on the tide line on an east coast beach.
Joe stands over her watching, panicking; he is hiding a secret so dark he will do anything to make sure she won’t tell.
Joe’s world is about to explode. Megan has found herself somewhere that seems familiar.
What is she searching for and why does she recognise the young man at the water’s edge, washing his hands?
Can Megan help stop Joe’s self-destruction?
The highly acclaimed Pilot Theatre and LOV (Lincolnshire One Venues) bring ‘Ghost Town’ to Louth on Friday February 24 and Saturday February 25.
Tickets cost £8 for adults, £5 under 18s, from the Box Office on 01507 600350 or www.louthplaygoers.com
The performances just coincide with National OCD Awareness week.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a big feature in the play, which playwright Jessica Fisher suffered from.
Ghost Town is also launching the Re:generation festival at Lincoln Performing Arts Centre on February 27 and 28.
For more information call 01522 837600 or visit www.lpac.co.uk .