"Stoneham Theatre’s And Then There Were None is a witty, absorbing and suspenseful play that will challenge your detective skills while providing a couple of hours of escapist entertainment." - Wakefield Item
May 10 - 27, 2007
Ten strangers are invited to an isolated island retreat off the coast of England. While the host is nowhere to be found, dead bodies soon are, as one by one the guests are murdered according to the words of a children's nursery rhyme. With her trademark plot twists and false clues, Miss Christie leaves the best of the armchair (or theatre seat) detectives baffled until the very end.