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More stars are coming out to play at Nottingham Theatre Royal in the autumn.

Alan Ayckbourn's latest smash Way Upstream floats on in September, complete with full-size river boat for a set.

Messing about on it are two couples, the menfolk played by well-known TV faces Norman Eshley and Norman Rossington.

In November craggy veteran George Sewell (best known for Special Branch and latterly Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy) will, for once not be playing a policeman in the thriller Policy for Murder at the Theater Royal. Instead he's the target for a would-be murder.

Starring with him are two well-known ladies-- Annette Andre, who TV buffs recall from the series Randall and Hopkirk Deceased, and who has recently popped up in Crossroads; and Sarah Sutton, who won a large following as Dr. Who's companion Nyssa a couple of years ago.

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