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Holby City’s Bob Barrett and Joseph Beattie (Silent Witness) star in a staging of Agatha Christie’s gripping thriller which comes to Birmingham next month. 

Having been invited to a privately owned remote island off the coast of Devon, a group of strangers find that their eccentric millionaire host has mysteriously disappeared.  

And it isn’t long before one of the 10 strangers meets with an untimely demise...

National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company director Lucy Bailey takes the helm for this latest version of Agatha Christie’s 1943 adaptation of her own 1939 novel - a book which she admitted had been her most difficult to write.

What's On are offering you the chance to win two tickets for the show when it stops off at The Alexandra, Birmingham on Tuesday 5 March.

Competition closes Friday 23 February.

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Where is And Then There Were None set?

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