Book NOW for an entertaining evening with Wyong Drama Group’s mystery And Then There Were None.
For online bookings: Arthouse website or ring the Arthouse: 4335 1485
Agatha Christie wrote the stage play And Then There Were None, adapting it from her highly successful novel (more than 100 million copies sold worldwide), with a slight change to the ending as she felt the original ending was too depressing for her war-time audiences. Yes, the play is that old! And as current TV trends show, with Marple and Poirot still popular, Agatha Christie’s work has lost none of its staying power. This mystery drama will intrigue even the most discerning of “who-dunnit” sleuths.
Ten strangers responding to vague invitations are transported to the remote and rocky Soldier Island. It promises to be an entertaining weekend in a luxury mansion with apparently affable but mysteriously absent hosts. That is, until the first death, then the second and the realisation that the deaths are no accident. Is the murderer an unseen figure? Is it the boatman? Is it one of them? Is there more than one hand at work here?
Featured is a stellar cast of faces not seen for a while in Wyong Drama Group productions ( Jenny Sharrock, James Chambers, John Cziernecki, Stuart Mortimer, Niccy Hallam) as well as some favourites from “The Vicar of Dibley” (Gabrielle Brookes, Justin O’Connor) with stalwarts Nikki de Vries and Andy Kabanoff and newcomers Allan Pleym and Dan Smith and is directed by Pollyanna Forshaw.
The production opens at the fabulous Art House, Wyong from Friday July 21 at 7.30 til July 29 with 2 pm Matinees on Saturdays 22, 29 and Sunday 23.
Information and images courtesy of WDG publicity