murder mystery

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie (Photo: Stuart Coleman©2014)

Saddleworth Players present a classic Agatha Christie murder mystery ‘And Then There Were None’ at the Millgate Arts Centre from 5 – 12 April 2014.

In this superb murder mystery comedy, eight strangers are lured to a house by their apparently absent host, marooned there along with two house servants.  They are all separately accused of having committed murder in the past and then one guest is poisoned.  One down and nine to go ……

A true Agatha Christie classic, originally published under a different title in 1939 with over 100 million book sales making it the world’s best-selling mystery novel.  It has been made into several films and radio play as well as this well-known stage production, with its ingenious plot and surprise ending – it’s set to be an entertaining evening.

Subscriber booking opens Tuesday 18 March 2014 – call the box office on 01457 874644. Telephone booking opens Tuesday to Friday 7:30pm–9.00pm. First Tuesday also 2.00pm–4.00pm.

Online booking opens 2pm on 18 March 2014 and 24 hours a day thereafter – follow the link at  We no longer open to personal callers in the evenings but continue to operate telephone and online booking facilities as usual.

Payment can now be made using most credit and debit cards.  Subscriber enquiry number – 01457 871736.



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