And Then There Were None

And then There Were None

Written by Agatha Christie

Directed by Jason Ingram Roth

Another masterpiece from the Queen of Crime – Agatha Christie

“A highly ingenious jigsaw by a master of puzzling” and
“Agatha Christie’s masterpiece” and
“The most baffling mystery Christie has ever written” and
“The most colossal achievement of a colossal career” raved all the critics!

This is the story of ten people who are invited to an isolated mansion on an island off the coast of Devon. Though they all have some murderous secret to hide, they arrive for a weekend get-together, full of good cheer. But soon, a series of extraordinary events take place; the island is bathed in the most sinister light, and panic grips the visitors one by one… by one… by one… until… and then there were none!


Dates and Venue

The show ran from September 1 to 30, 2006 and was performed at Hamilton Town Hall.






A PDF of the programme for the show can be found here.



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