THE OVEN GLOVE MURDERS

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From the Daily Telegraph:

'THE OVEN GLOVE MURDERS at the Bush Theatre, was an acerbic response to the British cinema revival led by Chariots of Fire. The director, Mike Bradwell, recalled that the windows giving on to the Goldhawk Road were opened and a set built on the roof, 'so it seemed as though Mark Wing-Davey fondling his Oscar was actually on the opposite side of the street. This stunt was entirely justified by the audience's terrified reaction as Tim Roth in mid-sentence nightly appeared to fall out of the window and plunge to his death below.'

This is a past event 31 May 1986
Director

Cast

Tim Roth
Mark Wing-Davey
Phil Jackson
Suzanna Hamilton

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