A theatre adaptation of Strangers on a Train in London's West End has been well received by critics, with many singling out its unique staging.
Starring Jack Huston and Laurence Fox, the play follows two men who make a pact to "swap murders".
Based on Patricia Highsmith's novel, it was previously turned into a film by Alfred Hitchcock in 1951.
The Daily Mail called the play "a spine-snapper of a stalker tale" and praised its innovative, rotating stage.
In his four-star review, critic Quentin Letts said the production had "some of the fastest, cleverest set changes ever attempted".
"Scenery is struck and replaced within a brief whisk of the revolve," he wrote. "One moment we are in an office, the next it has been turned into a fairground carousel.
"Add train interiors, a country house, a New York office, a dingy flat, and more - plus a blaze. Technical brilliance."
Published: 10/12/2013 13:31:08