And Then There Were None

– our mid-winter spine chiller

to be directed by Lian Butcher

This year’s mid-winter play is this Agatha Christie’s classic whodunnit set in 1939 pre-war Britain. It’s a play that will certainly have audiences on the edge of their seats and guessing right through to the end.



The auditions will be at the Green Room, Muritai School Hall, Muritai Road, Eastbourne.

Rehearsals are at Muritai School Hall and will start on June 4th – Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and Sunday afternoons. The performances will be 1 – 4 August and 8 – 10 August.


Characters Description Character synopsis
Thomas Rogers Male age 30 – 60 The dignified butler of Mr. U.N Owen
Ethel Rogers Female age 30 – 60 Roger’s wife, cook and housekeeper – a frail nervous woman
Fred Narracott Male 50+ The boatman who delivers the guests to the island
Vera Claythorne Female age 20 – 35 A cool efficient young woman, and former governess
Philip Lombard Male age 30 – 45 A soldier of fortune and previous African mercenary
Anthony/Antonia Marston Male/Female age 20-30 A rich, athletic attractive youth/lady – likes to live recklessly
William Blore Male age 40 – 55 A former police inspector and now a private detective
General John Mackenzie Male age 65+ A retired World War I hero
Emily Brent Female age 55+ An elderly, religiously rigid spinster
Justice Lawrence/Lauren Wargrave Male/Female age 55 – 65 Recently retired judge, known as the ‘hanging judge’
Dr Edward Armstrong Male age 30 – 45 A Harley Street doctor and drunkard

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