Dangerous Obsession for Ian and Liza

PUBLISHED: 11:56 04 May 2006 | UPDATED: 09:14 24 May 2010

AN EDGE-of-the-seat thriller will be staged in Bath next week. Ian Ogilvy and Liza Goddard will star in N J Crisp's Dangerous Obsession at the Theatre Royal from Monday until May 13. The famous play is set in the conservatory of a luxurious Georgian house

AN EDGE-of-the-seat thriller will be staged in Bath next week.Ian Ogilvy and Liza Goddard will star in N J Crisp's Dangerous Obsession at the Theatre Royal from Monday until May 13.The famous play is set in the conservatory of a luxurious Georgian house. Sally Driscoll is watering the plants but is unaware that a man is watching her intently through the glass.But the man is not a stranger and, as he locks the door and slips the key into his pocket, it becomes apparent he is not making a social call. Ian Ogilvy is best remembered for taking over the halo from Roger Moore in the 1978 series Return Of The Saint.His television credits also include Upstairs Downstairs, Murder She Wrote, Diagnosis Murder and I Claudius.Liza Goddard's career began when she appeared in Skippy The Bush Kangaroo in 1967. She has since starred in Bergerac, Roll Over Beethoven, Pig In The Middle and Woof.Tickets, priced £13.50-28.50, are available from the box office on 01225 448844.

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