When theatre critic is lost for words....

Neil Roberts and Stephen Rashbrook
Neil Roberts and Stephen Rashbrook

THRILLING drama continues at the Devonshire Park Theatre when Who Killed ‘Agatha’ Christie? comes to Eastbourne for a week from May 24-28.

A theatre critic, renowned for his vitriolic reviews, is literally lost for words when he keeps an appointment with a mysterious stranger.

Everyone is not quite what they seem and when a frustrated writer takes revenge too far, a very dangerous criminal is born.

This gripping thriller, that’s certain to have you on the edge of your seats until the very end, stars television and stage actors Neil Roberts and Stephen Rashbrook.

Neil Roberts television credits include British programmes, Life Bites, New Tricks, Doctors and Holby, as well as high profile American drama’s Charmed, Party of Five and Diagnosis Murder.

Acclaimed theatre and television actor Stephen Rashbrook is best known as Rev Tony Charlton in Emmerdale.

This psychological drama by Tudor Gates is filled with a devilish dash of macabre humour.

An evening of deceptions and unnerving games awaits audiences culminating in a tense, chilling climax with a bitter twist.

The evening performances will be at 7.45pm with Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2.30pm.

Tickets cost from £13.50-£19.50, call 412000.