IT'S 1939. Europe teeters on the brink of war. Ten strangers are summoned to a remote island. Cut off from the mainland, in a mysterious new setting, they are each accused of a terrible crime. When one of the party dies suddenly, they realise they may be harbouring a murderer among their number. But who will be left to tell the tale? Only the dead are above suspicion.

Following their sold out runs of Alan Bennett's 'Talking Heads' and Alan Ayckbourn's 'Season's Greetings', Otley Players' newest instalment in collaboration with Otley Courthouse is based on one of the bestselling books of all-time, Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None' (March 24/25). Rehearsals are well underway to bring to audiences what Christie said was her most difficult book to write, planning it meticulously to keep the identify of 'whodunit' a mystery right to the end.

Tickets are available £10/£7 and available from the Courthouse on line box office or in person or over the phone.