Grease | Tour | Review Theatre Royal Brighton until 31st December 2017 Once again, the Theatre Royal Brighton is bucking the trend and instead of a pantomime, they are playing host to another popular musical to bring in festive cheer. This Christmas, it is a production of Grease playing its last few dates of an extensive […]
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Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells | 12th – 17th Oct
And Then There Were None
Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells.
Mon 12 – Sat 17 Oct
Evenings at 7.30pm
Matinees Wed & Sat at 2.30pm
Opening night, Wed & Sat matinees: All tickets £23.50
Tue – Thu evenings: £26.50, £24.50, £23.50RV
Fri & Sat evenings: £28.50, £26.50, £24.50RV
Plus a £.25 per ticket booking fee (£1.50 if booking through the Box Office) up to a maximum of 10 tickets.
Signed performance Thu evening
Having seen The Mousetrap last week in London I was very interested to see my second Agatha Christie play last night at The Hawth Theatre in Crawley to see how they would compare. And Then There Were None | Review Celebrating their 10th Anniversary, The Agatha Christie Theatre Company are on a nationwide […]
The Hawth Crawley | Mon 8 – Sat 13 June, 7.30pm plus Wed & Sat 2.30pm
And Then There Were None
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Agatha Christie Theatre Company, And Then There Were None returns to the stage to follow in the footsteps of the company’s hugely successful Witness for the Prosecution and Black Coffee.
Starring BAFTA-nominated stage and screen star Paul Nicholas, Colin Buchanan, from Dalziel and Pascoe, Susan Penhaligon, who starred in Bouquet of Barbed Wire and A Fine Romance, TV favourite Mark Curry, Emmerdale and West End leading lady Verity Rushworth, Emmerdale star Frazer Hines, and from ITV’s award-winning Soldier Soldier, Ben Nealon.
A group of 10 strangers are lured to a remote island off the coast of Devon. Upon arrival it is discovered that their host, an eccentric millionaire, is missing…
Stranded on the island by a torrential storm and haunted by an ancient nursery rhyme, one by one the guests begin to die. With only the fallen believed to be innocent, who amongst them is the killer?
Based on the best-selling mystery novel of all time, Agatha Christie’s own stage adaptation of this dark and captivating tale will thrill and enthral, as murder unfolds.
Tickets: Mon-Thu eve: £29.50. Fri & Sat eve: £33.50. Wed & Sat 2.30pm: £26.
Discounts (Mon-Thur eve only): £3 off. Over 60s: £4 off. Groups 10 or more: £22.50 each.
Family of four: £24.50 each Mon-Thur eve and Wed & Sat 2.30pm