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Dallas meets Homeland in thriller tour



Patrick Duffy and Linda Purl met after chatting online during the pandemic and fell in love – truly, a Hollywood match made in heaven, three years after the death of Patrick's first wife, Carlyn Rosser.

And now Dallas legend Patrick (The Man from Atlantis, Step by Step) and his partner Linda (Happy Days, Homeland) are in the UK for a new Bill Kenwright touring production of Broadway thriller Catch Me If You Can.

They star alongside Gray O’Brien (Coronation Street, Peak Practice) for the tour, which arrives at at Blackpool’s Grand Theatre (March 7-12); Theatr Clwyd (March 28-April 2) and The Lowry, Salford (May 30-June 4).

Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert's thriller is adapted from Robert Thomas' French play Trap for a Lonely Man, about an investigation into the disappearance of a newly-married wife. Inspector Levine (O'Brien) is called to a house in the Catskill mountains to investigate the disappearance of Elizabeth Corban (Purl). But when she suddenly turns up, her husband (Duffy) seems surprised – and accuses her of being an imposter…