THERE'S a last chance to see one of the great stage thrillers at Malvern Theatres this weekend.

Anthony Shaffer's Sleuth, which closes tomorrow night, ran in London and New York for 12 years, winning the Tony Award for best play and inspiring the hugely successful film starring Laurence Olivier and Michael Caine.

This production stars Simon MacCorkindale, who is best known for his role as consultant Harry Harper in the BBC's Casualty.

A dark psychological "thriller about thrillers," it follows a man who arrives at the impressive home of a famous mystery writer, only to be unwittingly drawn into a tangled web of intrigue and gamesmanship, where nothing is quite what it seems.

For tickets, priced from £19.50, call the box office on 01684 892277 or book online at