The Girl on the Train (2023)

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Poster by Will Howells

by Paula Hawkins, adapted by Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel

Directed by Will Howells

Performances: Tue 11th – Sat 15th July 2023, Old Fire Station


Rachel Watson longs for a different life. As she travels each day through the south London commuter belt, her escape is the perfect couple she sees through the train window, happy and in love. Or so it appears.

When Rachel learns that the woman she’s been secretly watching has disappeared, she finds herself a suspect. Confused and isolated, she inserts herself into the missing woman’s life, determined to discover what happened.

Can she piece together her fragmented memories in time to solve the mystery – or will they reveal her own guilt?

The Girl on the Train is a contemporary thriller adapted from the best-selling novel by Paula Hawkins.




Thanks to Theatre Committee, the bar team, the front of house team, Gareth Milton, Barry Heselden, Lisa Thomas, Dan Usztan, Bex Law, Tom Melly, Han Evans and Jeanette Hoile.



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