Tickets: Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row, Salisbury Phone: 01722 342860 or from www.ticketsource.co.uk/studiotheatresalisbury
The Daily Echo said
This plush, fun production of Agatha Christie’s story features a very handsome set (designed by director Colin Hayman, Frea Nunn and Kevin Murdoch) and lovely costumes (Pam Hannan and Rae Owen) that reflect a 1940s setting and starts with a lighting effect (designed by Joel Powney) that suggests a black and white film screening, so the series of murders we witness is enveloped in the warm nostalgic glow one expects from Christie.
…. almost everyone gets a revelatory moment or two, with highlights provided by Val Greathead, religiously unforgiving, Anthony von Roretz, conscience stricken, and Kevin Murdoch, only too amused.
The romantic leads – Natasha George, débuting, and James Bradwell – are charming and share an enjoyable rapport.
Read the full review at here
Katy Griffin writes, in the Salisbury Journal
And Then There Were None is Studio Theatre’s first Agatha Christie production for more than 10 years.
It is a classic ‘who dunnit’ from one of the world’s greatest crime, which will have audiences on the edge of their seats – keeping you guessing right up until the final scene.
Like a game of Cluedo audiences will be looking for every clue as they try to figure out who the real killer is.
However, there are a few red herrings thrown up to beguile audiences.
The cast were superb and had audiences gripped from the moment the stage lights came on, right up until the nail biting finale. The costumes, scenery and use of effects enhanced the overall theatre experience, transporting audiences back to the 1940s for a thrilling evening of murder and mystery.
It runs until December 13.
The full review is at the Salisbury Journal