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A fascinating whodunit
The Last Confession is a brilliant new mystery thriller, written by Roger Crane and directed by Jonathon Church, based on the election and death of Pope John Paul I. The Last Confession will be at His Majesty's Theatre, in Perth, running from Saturday 2nd August, 2014 until Sunday 10th August, 2014.
The Last Confession stars the delightful English actor David Suchet, well known as Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot. The play follows Giovanni Bellini (Suchet) who, during his last confession, tells of his part in the death of John Paul I, and how these events led him to lose his faith.
The Last Confession centres around the Vatican and the sudden death of Pope John Paul I, only thirty-three days after his election. The Vatican refuses to investigate his death but Cardinal Giovanni Bellini, played by David Suchet, suspects that the pope was murdered and is determined to find out the truth.
After a successful season in Britain, and overseas, the show is now touring Australia for a limited time only, so don't miss the opportunity to experience this marvelous new stage play.
Ticket prices for The Last Confession vary between $69.90 for C Reserve Seating and $139.90 for Premium Seating. Tickets are available from Ticketek.
For a delicious dinner, or coffee and a cake, before the show, the Barre Café, located within His Majesty's Theatre, offers à la carte dining options and an assortment of snacks and beverages.
For further information about The Last Confession, including booking tickets and show times, visit His Majesty's Theatre website.