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ACT Presents 'And Then There Were None'

ACT presents and then there were noneAgatha Christie's thriller 'And Then There Were None' is being presented by the excellent ACT theatre organisation at the Russian Cultural Centre in Nicosia.

A group of strangers are invited by the mysterious Mr Owen for a holiday on a remote island off the coast of Devon. One by one their dark secrets are revealed. One by one, they start to be murdered. They soon realise they are being murdered according to a grim, childish pattern.

The play runs from Wednesday 16th to Saturday 19th March 2011 (and also in Larnaca the following week).

Tickets are 15 euros and can be booked by emailing, or by calling +35797738522. You can also buy tickets from the Soloneion Bookshop.

ACT donates profits to charities; in the current financial year alone it has given over €6,300 to various charities.

The entire cast and production team give their time and effort for free.

Please note: the production is not suitable for children under 12 years old.

For more information visit ACT's website.


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