AWARD-WINNING Enville Street Dramatic Society is presenting Francis Durbridge thriller Suddenly at Home next week.

The play, set in the 1970s, will run at St Thomas’s Church Hall, Market Street, Stourbridge, from Tuesday November 22 to Saturday November 26.

Directed by actor turned director Simon Cooper from Halesowen, the play which the society last staged in 1983 centres on scheming husband Glenn Howard’s seemingly foolproof plan to get rid of his wealthy wife Maggie - which he believes will keep him in the clear and implicate his wife’s ex-lover Sam Blaine.

Tickets, priced £7 (£5 concessions), are available from Aa-rt The Gallery, Market Street, Stourbridge, or for enquiries theatre fans can call Carey Esthop on 01384 372930.