About the event

TEN strangers. ONE killer. NO escape.

The award-winning drama wing of Fareham Musical Society presents Agatha Christie’s own stage adaptation of her masterpiece bestseller And Then There Were None. The original novel is the world’s biggest selling mystery, having sold over 100 million copies since its first publication in 1939.

Ten strangers are lured to a small island off the coast of Devon by a non-existent host. But each of these strangers hides a secret; one that will be the death of them as cut off from the mainland, one by one they meet their end. Why have they been brought here? Who is responsible? And will any of them survive?

​Our original 2015 production was nominated for multiple awards and now comes to Portsmouth’s New Theatre Royal in a stylish new presentation.


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