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Murder at the Vicarage
An Agatha Christie mystery adapted for stage. Colonel Protheroe is the most unpopular man in the village. Everyone has a motive for wishing him dead, although the most obvious suspects are not, necessarily, the ones the police should pursue. Amidst heightening tension fostered by anonymous letters and bogus telephone calls, moves the gentle figure of Miss Marple, whose old-maidish exterior conceals a very shrewd brain. She has the uncanny knack of knowing most people's secrets and if anyone can solve a mystery, she can.
Archive :: production:T0731219963, play:S4294, venue:V855
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