The history of this Agatha Christie mystery story, ranked by many to be amongst her best, is a fascinating one. It was first published in the United Kingdom by the Collins Crime Club on 6 November 1939 after the British blackface song, which serves as a pivotal plot point. 471 more words
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A cast of TV favourites celebrate the 125th anniversary of the birth of Agatha Christie and the 10th anniversary of the Agatha Christie Theatre Company with a production of the Queen of Crime’s much-loved masterpiece, … 339 more words
Let’s lighten the mood in the room.
When looking for good old-fashioned fun in the 70s, you could, of course, turn to the bubblegum pop from early in the decade, or the sparkly glam rock that followed, but I’m going straight for 1977. 190 more words
Two more famous faces from stage and screen are set to become AGATHA CHRISTIE’S latest guests as they join the UK tour of AND THEN THERE WERE NONE… 340 more words
Ahí van las últimas cuatro pelis de mis veinte favoritas de la Cannon. Ahora que quedan pocos títulos por seleccionar veo que hay varios que me gustan bastante y que quedan fuera de la lista…habrá que buscar alguna excusa para hablar de esas pelis ¿no? 1,169 more words
On Monday night, we went to the opening of Agatha Christie’s ‘And Then There Were None’ at the Everyman in Cheltenham. Having paid filthy lucre for the tickets, I didn’t review it for the Cheltenham Standard, but it’s hard to take the critical gene out of the culture vulture’s DNA so here goes. 292 more words