Towards Zero archiveGull's Point is a seaside house perched high on the cliffs overlooking the River Tern - and roaming within it is a murderer and his unsuspecting victims. Based on her 1944 novel of the same name, this is the only play that Christie co-adapted - with Gerald Verner as her partner in crime. Opened at St James Theatre in London on 4 September 1956.


Rosalind Blessed (Mary Aldin), Rob Heanley (Nevile Strange), Patrick Myles (Thomas Royde), Bethan Nash (Kay Strange), Hildegard Neil (Lady Tressilian), Chris Pybus (Inspector Leach), George Telfer (Superintendent Battle), Kate Tydman (Audrey Strange), Noel White (Matthew Treves), Duncan Wilkins (Ted Latimer)


Author(s): Agatha Christie, Gerald Verner
Producer: The Mill at Sonning
Director: Brian Blessed
Design: Dinah England
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Towards Zero

Towards Zero (Play) production archive for QTIX code T321758773. Details of all Towards Zero archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S5326

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