And Then There Were None
Established in 2005, the Agatha Christie Theatre Company has exclusive rights to the Queen of Crime’s back catalogue and has staged a number of touring productions, providing work for familiar actors off the telly and established directors. And Then There Were None, in which ten disparate characters are assembled on an island by a shadowy figure called UN Owen, and find their number being picked off one by one, has the honour of having been adaptated more than any other single work by Christie. This production features such well-kent faces as Alex Ferns (pictured, formerly evil Trevor from Eastenders) and Jeremy Edwards (Holby City).
Theatre Royal, Glasgow, Mon 23–Sat 28 Jun.