MEEK and mild-mannered bank clerk David Preston returns home after work one evening to find his wife, Janet, distraught.

He has been missing for more than 24 hours but David recalls nothing from the period.

When the news breaks that a steward at his club has been murdered in that time, he comes under suspicion.

Is David a killer? What in fact happened during the 'missing' 24 hours that he cannot recall?

To find out, get yourself down to Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre for R.C. Sherriff's 1950s murder mystery, Home At Seven.

Brian Capron (who was serial killer, Richard Hillman, in Coronation Street) plays the part of the amnesiac David in convincing manner, skilfully portraying the dawning realisation that his character might have committed murder.

Jenny Funnell (who starred in As Time Goes By) is equally convincing as the distraught wife.

The plot is intriguing with several twists and turns before the actual murderer is finally revealed.

I'll bet you don't guess who did it. I certainly didn't.

The whole production is polished and highly professional, as we have come to expect from everything staged at the Grand.

What a privilege it is to have such a wonderful theatre on our doorstep.

This was my first visit to The Grand since it's front of house refurbishment earlier in the year and I must say how impressed I am with the new look, especially the trendy Encore Lounge area.

It's just the job for a relaxing drink before an evening of wonderful theatre. Home At Seven runs all this week , until Saturday, November 11, and is highly recommended.