And Then There Were None
by A. Christie
Duration: 2 hours, 25 minutes (with a 20-minute interval)
And Then There Were None is one of the greatest mysteries written by the Queen of Crime, Dame Agatha Christie. Christie herself penned the stage adaptation in 1943, which Trivial Muffins is pleased to present as its second production.
'Ten little soldier boys went out to dine.
One choked his little self, and then there were nine.'
Ten strangers are invited by the mysterious Mr. U.N. Owen to a dinner party on Soldier Island. At dinner, the young playboy and speed-devil, Anthony Marston, chokes and dies. It soon becomes apparent that he has been poisoned...and that he will not be the only victim. A terrible storm has cut off passage between the island and mainland, and a foreboding voice on a gramophone announces the death sentence of each of the guests, revealing their dark secrets from the past. Only nine people are left on the island...then eight...then seven... Someone is the killer. But who?
'One little soldier boy left all alone.
He went and hanged himself and then there were none.'
|Sir Lawrence Wargrave
|Arnaud Van Mieghem
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