REVIEW FOR AND THERE WERE NONE - PLAY AT THE SECUNDERABAD CLUB
The Secunderabad Club Amateur Dramatics Society is hosting 'And Then There Were None', a play, on 10th & 11th November, at the Secunderabad Club. The play is based on Agatha Christie's novel, first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club in 1939 under the title 'Ten Little Niggers', and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company, in 1940, under the title 'And Then There Were None'.
The play revolves around 10 people of different social classes, who are guilty of murder, though in each case they were not sentenced to death or heavy prison terms since the nature of the killings meant that the law could not touch them. They are all tricked into coming to an island and are then murdered one by one, each murder paralleling a verse of the nursery rhyme 'Ten Little Soldier Boys' that hangs on the wall of the place where they stay.
Entry is strictly for members and their guests, by paid invitations, on both the days. Please contact 2780-4840 / 2780-4841 / 2780-4842 for further details.