Classic Agatha Christie to be staged in Honiton

PUBLISHED: 17:00 09 October 2018

The cast of Honiton Community Theatre Company's production of And Then There Were None. Picture: HCTC

The cast of Honiton Community Theatre Company's production of And Then There Were None. Picture: HCTC

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Dramatic challenge for Honiton Community Theatre Company.

Following sell out productions of Snow White and The Wind in The Willows join Honiton Community Theatre Company (HCTC) as they return for a night of edge-of-your-seat drama and a thrilling chase to discover the truth.

Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None features ten people who arrive on an island on a hot summer day in the 1930s, but who will live to tell the tale?

This classic murder-mystery is set on an isolated island just off the coast of Devon is one of Christie’s finest tales and has twists and turns a¬plenty as the plot unfolds

HCTC Chairman and playing General Mackenzie, Shaun Bonetta said: “It’s a great artistic and dramatic challenge for our company to take on a serious play. We’re renowned for our musicals and pantomimes so we’ve gathered together a talented and mature cast to bring this thriller to the stage. We’ve recruited some new members too to join us which is great and helps our society to flourish.”

The show runs on Friday, November 2 and Sataurday, November 3, at 7.30pm.

Tickets are on sale in person at The Beehive box office or online at www.beehivehoniton.co.uk

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