The Playhouse Theatre, Preston

Great amateur theatre, right in the heart of Preston

PRESTON DRAMA CLUB presents

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

A play by Agatha Christie, directed by Jeff Brailsford

 

11th to 14th April 2018

 

Ten strangers accept invitations to a house party on a remote island.

 

The only thing they have in common is a past they're unwilling to reveal, involving a secret that will seal their fate ... and each is marked for death.

 

As the weather turns and the group is completely cut off from the mainland, the murders begin. One by one they're brutally slain in the ways described in the verses of a well-known nursery rhyme.

 

Cast

Rogers

Jeff Brailsford

Mrs Rogers

Marion Yardley

Fred Narracott

Don Stephenson

Vera Claythorne

Adrienne Ledson

Philip Lombard

David Hughes

Anthony Marston

Josh Powlesland

William Blore

Dennis Yardley

General Mackenzie

Alban Dorning

Emily Brent

Shirley Southern

Sir Lawrence Wargrave

Richard Catmore

Dr Armstrong

Rachel Pitches

 

 

Ticket prices Wednesday £9 & £8, Thursday to Saturday £10 & £9

 

All evening performances begin at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm) unless otherwise stated.

 

Free parking is available for patrons on the evening of a show, in the Trinity Square car park opposite The Playhouse. A pass, available from the Box Office, must be displayed.