And Then There Were None

Venue : Redditch Palace Theatre

Date : November 2012

Genre : Murder Mystery

Director

Val Archer

Val Archer

Director

Tony Lacey

Director

Cast

Mike Beamish

Narracot

Anne Cherry

Mrs Rogers

Alison Trombley

Vera Claythorne

Adam Lee

Captain Lombard

Simon Brown

Anthony Marston

Jason Trombley

William Blore

Lou Dilke

General Mackenzie

Beryl Linforth

Emily Brent

Ed Parrott

Sir Lawrence Wargrave

Martin Alderton

Dr Armstrong

Paul Hughes

Narracot

Crew

Elizabeth Round

Stage Manager

Paul Hughes

Assistant Stage Manager

Val Evans

Crew/Front of House

Anne Cherry

Crew/Front of House

Christine Marshall

Crew/Front of House

Estelle Shutkever

Crew/Front of House

Jason Trombley

Set Design/Construction

Paul Hughes

Poster Design

Crew

Elizabeth Round

Stage Manager

Paul Hughes

Assistant Stage Manager

Val Evans

Crew/Front of House

Anne Cherry

Crew/Front of House

Christine Marshall

Crew/Front of House

Estelle Shutkever

Crew/Front of House

Jason Trombley

Set Design/Construction

Paul Hughes

Poster Design

Production Gallery

Reviews

Press Release

Official Press Release

Wythall Theatre Company present Agatha Christie’s best ever selling thriller.

The play, adapted by Christie from her best-selling novel tells the story of ten people who are invited for a weekend on an island by a Mr U. N. Own. None of the guests know one another and no one knows the mysterious host who isn’t on the island when the guests arrive.

Before dinner that evening, the guests notice 10 soldier boy figurines on the dining room table. During the meal, a record plays, accusing each of the 10 of murder. Each guest acknowledges awareness of the deaths of the persons mentioned, but denies either malice and/or legal culpability.

The now very nervous guests realize they have been tricked into coming to the island, but find that they cannot leave: the boat which brought them has been stranded due to stormy weather.

What ensues is, at some points gruesome, but always entertaining and puzzling, as one by one the individuals are killed according to the macabre words of the children’s nursery rhyme from which the title is taken. Who is the murderous culprit? And who’s been stealing the carved Soldier Island figurines from the table after each death?

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