Christie’s best selling thriller at the Palace

By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 02 November 2012 Updated: 02/11 12:32

AGATHA Christie’s best ever selling thriller is set to be brought to life at the Palace Theatre.

Wythall Theatre Company will present And Then There Were None at 7.30pm every night from Wednesday to Saturday (November 7 to 10).

The play, adapted by Christie from the novel, tells the story of ten people who are invited for a weekend on an island by a Mr U.N. Own.

None of the guests know each other or the mysterious host, who isn’t on the island when they arrive, but they do see ten soldier boy figurines on the dining room table.

During dinner, each of the ten are accused of murder but once they realise they have been tricked into coming to the island, they also find they cannot escape.

Tickets costing £11 (£10 discount rate, Wednesday night all seats £8.50) are available by logging on to www.redditchpalacetheatre.co.uk or by calling 01527 65203.

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