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And Then There Were None
Opened at the St James Theatre in London on 17 November 1943. Originally entitled Ten Little Nigger Boys
after the nursery rhyme but renamed on account of political correctness. Ten people are invited to a remote country house for the weekend and are killed one at a time - but who is their deadly host?
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To celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Agatha Christie Theatre Company, And There Were None is revived on stage to follow in the footsteps of the company's hugely successful tours of Murder on the Nile, Go Back for Murder and Black Coffee.
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