“BAILEY TURNS THE SCREW WITH EVERY SCENE”
WHATSONSTAGE ON LUCY BAILEY’S GASLIGHT
THE TIMES ON LUCY BAILEY’S LOVE FROM A STRANGER
Ten strangers are lured to a solitary mansion off the coast of Devon. When a storm cuts them off from the mainland, the true reason for their presence on the island becomes horribly clear.
“None of us will ever leave this island”
Directed by Lucy Bailey (Witness for the Prosecution, now in its 6th year in London) this brand-new production of the bestselling crime novel of all time will keep you on the edge of your seat… Genuinely terrifying….
Don’t miss Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, coming to the Gaiety Theatre.
Act 1 approx. 1hour 15 mins
Act 2 approx. 53mins
Age recommendation 12+ parental guidance
We don’t want to spoil anyone’s experience of coming to see And Then There Were None, however, if you would benefit from knowing more about specific content and themes in the play, please see below:
And Then There Were None contains:
• Themes of death, grief and guilt.
• Reference to, and depictions of, murder, manslaughter and suicide by hanging.
• Please also note that recorded gun shots and brief flashing lights form part of the production.
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