Agatha Christie’s iconic thriller And Then There Were None, which has been reinvented for the 21st century, has released new production images as its UK and Ireland tour begins. 

And Then There Were None is not only Agatha Christie’s most read work, but also the best-selling crime novel of all time - selling more than a 100 million copies worldwide since its first publication in 1939.

The story follows ten strangers who are lured to a solitary mansion off the coast of Devon. When a terrible storm cuts them off from the mainland, and with their hosts mysteriously absent, the true reason for their presence on the island becomes horribly clear, as secrets from their past come back to haunt each and every one of them.

The full cast is made up by Bob Barrett (Holby City) as Doctor Armstrong, Joseph Beattie (Silent Witness) as Philip Lombard, Oliver Clayton (The Play That Goes Wrong) as Anthony Marston, Jeffery Kissoon (National Theatre) as General Mackenzie, Andrew Lancel (Coronation Street) as William Blore and Nicola May-Taylor (Rutherford And Son) as Jane Pinchbeck.

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The rest of the ill-fated group is made up by  Katy Stephens (London’s Burning) as Emily Brent, Lucy Tregear (The Country Wife) as Georgina Rogers, Sophie Walter (The Girl On The Train) as Vera Claythorne.

The show opened in Dublin on 19th September 2023, and will travel to a range of cities including York, Milton Keynes, Birmingham, Nottingham and Brighton, stretching its run until April 2024. You can see full touring venues and dates by clicking here.

In recent years there have been several high profile fresh and modern takes on Agatha Christie’s best loved titles in film, television, and on stage across the UK; all proving the enduring popularity and modern relevance of her work with global audiences. 

We went along to Milton Keynes Theatre to see The Mousetrap which didn’t disappoint - you can read our verdict here.

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