Helyszín King's Head Theatre
Whitechapel, 1888. The most infamous serial killer of all time has brutally murdered five women. Their mutilated bodies lie in a cold morgue ready for dissection and their souls reamin in perpetual limbo as they witness their own post-mortems and desperately wait for justice to prevail. Police Surgeons, Dr Phillips and Dr Bond, guide us through this world of secrets, where no stone is left unturned. Told through song and taken from the writings of the people who knew these women best, RIP will have you clinging to your seats and singing all the way home. Written and composed by Sonnie Beckett and Joe Morrow and directed by Hannah Kaye, this unique musical RIP at the King's Head Theatre tells the tales of the women victims of Britains most infamous serial killer, Jack The Ripper. The true identity of Jack The Ripper has never been fully known in the 125 years since his murderous attacks and probably never will be.
1 hour 15 minutes