Theatre - 'Whodunnit' at the Key

PUBLISHED: 12:32 23 January 2006 | UPDATED: 21:37 28 May 2010

Kate O'Mara

Kate O'Mara

AN all-star cast including Kate O'Mara, Tony Britton and Susan Penhaligon take to the stage in a devious thriller from the pen of the greatest 'whodunnit' writer of all time. Bill Kenwright and Agatha Christie Ltd have joined forces to create a new tourin

Tony Britton

AN all-star cast including Kate O'Mara, Tony Britton and Susan Penhaligon take to the stage in a devious thriller from the pen of the greatest 'whodunnit' writer of all time.Bill Kenwright and Agatha Christie Ltd have joined forces to create a new touring theatre company dedicated to presenting high quality productions of the original stage plays of one of the UK's most popular playwrights.The inaugural production of The Agatha Christie Theatre Company is the classic thriller The Hollow, to be staged at the Key Theatre, Peterborough. from January 30 to February 4.When Sir Henry and Lucy Angkatell invite a group of friends to spend the weekend at their beautiful country retreat, The Hollow, little do they know that the simmering tension between their guests will explode into murder. Dr John Cristow finds himself in the company of both Henrietta, his mistress, and Gerda, his wife... but when his ex-mistress Veronica is added into the mix, events take a sinister turn.And when it emerges that everyone is the house had a motive for murder, it becomes clear that this is going to be a far from straightforward case.Performances are nightly for the six days with matinees on Thursday and Saturday.

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