Post ‘Post Mortem’ Post

It was a greater mystery than ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ (with slightly less death), but the secret of the Post Mortem set can finally be revealed! The Construction crew managed to make a huge cone-like structure out of steel and stretched shark-tooth gauze, which created a tunnel that could be projected onto from the outside. Certainly something quite different to the usual stage flats, and extremely effective in creating the right atmosphere for Noel Coward’s dark Drama.

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Marcus’ Mercury statue takes centre stage (definitely the real star of the show)

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Projecting at its best!

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The Full cone, in all it’s glory.

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