“It seems very hard that all our guests should either be unpleasant or odd.”
A group of people are gathered in a country house when they discover there is a murderer in their midst. Who can it be? One by one, the characters reveal their sordid pasts until at the last, shocking moment the identity and motive are finally revealed. Staged continuously at London’s West End, Agatha Christie’s masterpiece is the longest-running play in history.
This murder mystery premiered at Theatre Royal in Nottingham in 1952 and is still showing in London today.
Directed by Michael Kary. The plot has enough turns to keep audience members at the edge of their seats and some fabulous lines penned by one of the grand dames of fiction.
Friday, Saturday - 7:30 pm
Sunday - 2:00 pm
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