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Opened at the Embassy Theatre in London on 6 December 1930. Murder Mystery. The theft of a devastating new explosive formula and the murder of its inventor presents Hercule Poirot with one of the most puzzling cases of his career. His suspects: a mysterious Italian; a flirty flapper; a genteel spinster; an impecunious son and the enigmatic secretary all have motives. An intriguing mystery worthy of Poirot's 'little grey cells' from the Queen of Crime!Performers David Banks, Martin Carroll, Lois Charlton, Daniel Coll, Antony Edridge, Elizabeth Elvin, Stash Kirkbride, Jonathan Lermit, Simon Linnell, ali Lobley, Joy Merriman, Sarah Mowat, John Pennington, Sharon Gavin, Charmian Gradwell, John Griffiths, Simon Hepworth, Anthony Houghton, Katie Kingsley, Diana van Proosdy, Trevor Rawlins, Gary Richards, Jamie Sandford, Colin Starkey, Philippa Urquhart.
Book by Agatha Christie. Producer Julius Green. Producer Ian Lenagan. Director Roy Marsden. Design Simon Scullion. Lighting Adam Crosswaite. Sound Ian Horrocks-Taylor.
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