BURLEY Theatre Group’s next production is the thrilling and sinister Agatha Christie play ‘And Then There Were None’ directed by David Hardman.

One of her most popular stories and said to be her most difficult to write, it is one for the murder mystery enthusiasts among you with plenty of twists and turns!

Set in a mansion on a remote island somewhere off the coast of Devon, a group of strangers are lured there by an eccentric millionaire. Upon arrival it is discovered that their host is missing and they are stranded! One by one the guests begin to die. The question is - who amongst them is the killer?

2018 Wharfedale Festival of Theatre Award winner, Lauren Varley plays the mysterious, former governess Vera Claythorne.

Burley Theatre Group are also proud to announce that Tony Clegg who plays police detective William Blore, has just been nominated as ‘Best Actor’ and ‘Best Musical Director’ at this year’s 2019 Wharfedale Festival of Theatre Awards for his role as ‘Smee’ in their last production ‘Peter Pan’. Their award winning programme has also been nominated.

So if you fancy discovering hidden pasts and dark secrets in this stage adaptation, unleash your inner detective and come to the Queens Hall, Burley in Wharfedale.

Performances are at 7:30pm on Thursday 27th, Friday 28th and Saturday 29th of June. A bar is available from 7pm.

You can book online at www.burleytheatre.org.uk or call 01943 864 224 for tickets.