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Agatha Christie live interactive murder mystery events | Torquay Herald Express

Agatha Christie live interactive murder mystery events | Torquay Herald Express

“My God, he’s dead!” in Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None.”  photo via Las Vegas Review-Journal

Uneven performances kill classic murder mystery

“My God, he’s dead!” in Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None.” photo via Las Vegas Review-Journal

Actors in "And Then There Were None" include Nelson

Actors in "And Then There Were None" include Nelson

The Vagabond Players are starting the new year with an Agatha Christie classic. - Chilko Tivy, Alison Main-Tourneau and John Holland in rehearsal for the Vagabond Players production of Go Back For Murder.   Photograph By Jennifer Gauthier, The Record

The Vagabond Players are starting the new year with an Agatha Christie classic. - Chilko Tivy, Alison Main-Tourneau and John Holland in rehearsal for the Vagabond Players production of Go Back For Murder. Photograph By Jennifer Gauthier, The Record

MURDER mystery fans can help solve the secret of the fictional Babbacombe Smuggler as part of this year's Agatha Christie International Festival.

MURDER mystery fans can help solve the secret of the fictional Babbacombe Smuggler as part of this year's Agatha Christie International Festival.

PHOTO COURTESY OF STUDIO PLAYHOUSE  "Black Coffee," a mystery by Agatha Christie

PHOTO COURTESY OF STUDIO PLAYHOUSE "Black Coffee," a mystery by Agatha Christie

JEFF LEE, Rob Stauffer, Amy Berger and Ron Dutton (l-r) all star in Fort Findlay Playhouse’s production of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery “The Mousetrap,” being presented Sept. 15-18 and Sept. 22-24 at the playhouse. (Photo by Matthias Leguire)

JEFF LEE, Rob Stauffer, Amy Berger and Ron Dutton (l-r) all star in Fort Findlay Playhouse’s production of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery “The Mousetrap,” being presented Sept. 15-18 and Sept. 22-24 at the playhouse. (Photo by Matthias Leguire)

Agatha Christie's Murder On Air.  Tony Roper and Barbara Rafferty, best known as the battling, dysfunctional couple Jamesie and Ella Cotter from the BBC sitcom Rab C Nesbitt, are squaring off again in Glasgow. Picture: Jamie Simpson

Agatha Christie's Murder On Air. Tony Roper and Barbara Rafferty, best known as the battling, dysfunctional couple Jamesie and Ella Cotter from the BBC sitcom Rab C Nesbitt, are squaring off again in Glasgow. Picture: Jamie Simpson

And Then There Were None: Stray Dog's Lively Murder Mystery Does Agatha Christie Proud  story by Malcolm Gay photo by John Lamb

And Then There Were None: Stray Dog's Lively Murder Mystery Does Agatha Christie Proud story by Malcolm Gay photo by John Lamb

For the first time ever Agatha Christie Limited has allowed her characters and stories to be featured in the live interactive event and After Dark Murder Mystery Events will be bringing the mystery to Bailbrook House Hotel, Bath on Sunday 14th September, the week of Agatha Christie’s Birthday.

For the first time ever Agatha Christie Limited has allowed her characters and stories to be featured in the live interactive event and After Dark Murder Mystery Events will be bringing the mystery to Bailbrook House Hotel, Bath on Sunday 14th September, the week of Agatha Christie’s Birthday.

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