Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None coming soon to Cambridge Arts Theatre
Agatha Christie’s best-selling crime novel And Then There Were None has been transformed into a new stage adaptation.
Ten strangers are lured to a solitary mansion off the coast of Devon. When a storm cuts them off from the mainland, the true reason for their presence on the island becomes horribly clear.
Agatha Christie is the best-selling novelist of all time, selling more than one billion books in the English language, and another billion internationally.
Her novels have been adapted into best-selling films, television series, and plays. And Then There Were None was first published in 1939 and is now considered the world’s best-selling mystery, with more than 100 million copies sold.
The novel has been subsequently adapted into multiple TV, radio, stage and film versions, including a 1974 version starring Richard Attenborough and Oliver Reed.
Directed by Lucy Bailey, And Then There Were None stars Bob Barrett (Holby City, Propeller West End and UK Tour), Joseph Beattie (Hex, Silent Witness), Oliver Clayton (The Play That Goes Wrong), Jeffery Kissoon (National Theatre, Complicite, Allelujah!), Andrew Lancel (Coronation Street), Nicola May-Taylor (Rutherford and Son), Louise McNulty (Emmerdale), Katy Stephens (RSC, Shakespeare’s Globe, London’s Burning), Lucy Tregear (The Country Wife), Sophie Walter (The Girl on the Train), Matt Weyland (Witness for the Prosecution) and David Yelland (Poirot, Foyle’s War, The Crown) as Judge Wargrave.
The play runs at the Cambridge Arts Theatre from next Monday to Saturday, November 13-18. Tickets, priced £25-£45, are available at cambridgeartstheatre.com.