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PUBLISHED: 19:01 14 May 2008 | UPDATED: 13:11 11 August 2010

A SPOOF on the works of the queen of thriller writers, Agatha Christie, explodes on the stage this Friday. Murdered to Death, a tongue in cheek story of dastardly murder and mayhem, will be at the Blackmore Village Hall complex with two performances this

A SPOOF on the works of the queen of thriller writers, Agatha Christie, explodes on the stage this Friday.

Murdered to Death, a tongue in cheek story of dastardly murder and mayhem, will be at the Blackmore Village Hall complex with two performances this Friday and Saturday.

Set in a country estate in the 1930s, a weekend party gather for a social whirl that finishes up with bodies littering the drawing room and hall.

Putting a new slant on Christie's love of strange names, the plot thickens as butler, Bunting, Insp Pratt and Miss Maple get to grips with the dastardly plot.

Directed by John Riley, this is the Players 150th production as the players start to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the group.

Murdered to Death runs at the Nine Ashes Road venue with tickets still available from the box office on 01277 372386 costing £7.50.


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