Live onstage at Sutton Park School, Agatha Christie's Murder-mystery whodunnit
And Then There Were None
Ten strangers are lured to a party on Soldier Island off the Devon coast under mysterious circumstances. When a seemingly disembodied voice accuses the guest of terrible crimes, strange and sinister events begin to unfold. As bodies fall and accusations fly, the guests must consider the terrifying thought that the killer lies among them...
The students of Sutton Park Drama Club are proud to announce their very first theatrical performance. Taking place on Wednesday and Thursday April 20th & 21st, And Then There Were None promises to be an evening of mystery, shocks and surprises as the Sutton Park Art Room is transformed into the stately 1940's living room of the mysterious U.N. Owen. This is Sutton Park's first play in over fifteen years and promises to be an unmissable event.
Tickets are €10 available from Veronica at reception.
** Please note that the performance may not be suitable for very young children due to scenes of violence and death **