And Then There Were None … our spring show
Trapped in a house on an island with a storm brewing … and guests are dropping like flies - it just has to be an Agatha Christie!
Come along to The Little Theatre of the Guildonian Players, March 5-8, and exercise those little grey cells as you try and work out who is the murderer …
And Then There Were None was first published as a detective novel in 1939 and has long since been made into a film and a play, the title changing three times to its present one. Ten people are tricked or lured to an island for a short stay. They are the only people on the island and cannot escape due to the distance from the mainland and the inclement weather. Guests start to die to the tune of the nursery rhyme …
As one of the best-selling books of all time, it has to be a good yarn, so if you like a murder-mystery reserve your ticket now!
And remember - Agatha Christie also wrote alternative endings, so it may not be the one you expect!
8pm nightly plus 2.30 pm Saturday Matinee.
Box Office 01708 782118