Dark and lonely, a cobblestone road glimmers under the gloomy glow of Victorian gaslights, which hang like fallen stars. Steam hisses up from the grating in the street. This is a lost world, glistening in the damp night with all the romance and danger of history. We are in London. The year is 1910. And anything could happen. It's a skin-prickling opening rich with theatrical intrigue. And the Alley Theatre's riveting production of Karoline Leach's... More >>>