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Players to perform Agatha Christie murder mystery

Where: The Kings Theatre, Kings Barton Street, Gloucester, GL1 1QX

When: Wednesday, November 28, to Saturday, December 1

The Crown Players are performing an interesting murder mystery by Agatha Christie at the Kings Theatre in Gloucester next week.

The Players are taking on And Then There Were None, which was shown on the BBC a few years ago.

The story revolves around ten strangers who are lured to an Island mansion by the mysterious U.N.Owen.

Over dinner the voice of an unseen host accuses each person of hiding a guilty secret. That evening one of the guests is found murdered.

The tension escalates as the remaining guests realise the killer is among them and is prepared to strike again and again...

Tickets are available from the Kings Theatre website.

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