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This play about Hitchcock isn't worth leaving the house for

9 March 2024

9:00 AM

9 March 2024

9:00 AM

Double Feature

Hampstead Theatre, until 16 March


Young Vic, until 20 April

Double Feature is a new play by John Logan, whose credits include Skyfall. The subject is movie-making, and the action is set in 1964 in a Hollywood cottage where Alfred Hitchcock is preparing Tippi Hedren for a nude scene in Marnie. The great director, who made a star of the unknown Hedren by casting her in The Birds, has all the power here.

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