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Hornchurch drama group to thrill Agatha Christie fans with murder mystery

PUBLISHED: 13:30 10 May 2017 | UPDATED: 13:30 10 May 2017

Members of the All Saints Players rehearsing their latest production. Picture: Lisa Barker

Members of the All Saints Players rehearsing their latest production. Picture: Lisa Barker

Lisa Barker

Agatha Christie fans are in for a treat as an amateur drama group prepares to unveil its latest production.

All Saints Players debut Dead Man’s Hands at All Saints Church, Ardleigh Green Road, Hornchurch, on Thursday, May 18 at 7.30pm.

This captivating thriller opens in Agatha Christie style, with two couples arriving at a remote Italian villa to be murdered one by one.

The group’s chairperson, Lisa Barker said: “As the play progresses, the twists and turns in the plot emerge.

“Who is the murderer and what do those about to be murdered have in common?

“All is not as it seems.”

The play will also be shown on Friday, May 19. and Saturday, May 20th.

Tickets are £5, call the box office on 01708607855.


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