And Then There Were None

Agatha Christie’s critically-acclaimed ‘whodunit’

Directed by Celia Timmington

“Skilfully constructed” (The Guardian) “A masterpiece” (The Telegraph)

One remote island. Ten strangers, lured by an intriguing invitation. As it dawns on the visitors that they are marooned, a mysterious voice accuses each of them of dark secrets. When one of the guests suddenly dies in mysterious circumstances, the similarities with the classic rhyme ‘Ten Little Soldier Boys” become all too apparent. One by one, more deaths will follow unless the survivors can track down the killer among them, in a dramatic race against time. Dramatised by Christie from “the world’s best-selling mystery”, this classy and complex thriller will leave you guessing to the final curtain.