Queen of crime’s best-seller
Posted: 13 Jun 2015
world’s best-selling mystery comes to Newcastle Theatre Royal in the shape of
Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were
None from 27 July-1 August.
The production marks the 125th anniversary of Agatha Christie’s birth, and the
tenth anniversary of the Agatha Christie Theatre Company.
The plot revolves round a group of ten strangers lured to a remote island off
the coast of Devon. They discover that their host, an eccentric millionaire, is
missing. At dinner a recorded message is played accusing each of them in turn
of having a guilty secret and by the end of the evening the ten guests become
nine. One by one the guests begin to die – and who is the killer?
The show features a host of familiar faces, including Verity Rushworth from Emmerdale, fellow Emmerdale veteran
Frazer Hines, Paul Nicholas of Just Good
Friends fame, Colin Buchanan of Dalziel
and Pascoe, Susan Penhaligon, Mark Curry and Ben Nealon.
The show’s producer is Bill Kenwright, with Joe Harmston
directing, design by Simon Scullion, lighting by Douglas Kuhrt and sound by
Tickets cost from £14.50 (pay 50p less per ticket when you book online) either from
the Theatre Royal Box Office on 08448 11 21 21 or select your own seat and book
online at www.theatreroyal.co.uk
chance to enjoy afternoon tea at the theatre after the matinees on Thursday 30
July and Sat 1 August served in the Olivier Suite and accompanied by a pianist.
It costs £14.95 per person or upgrade to afternoon tea with prosecco for £20.90.
Book via the Box Office or online at www.theatreroyal.co.uk/whats-on/afternoon-tea