And Then There Were None - by Agatha Christie

In the organizer's words:

Ten strangers, an invitation to a desert island and absolutely no way of escaping. This is how Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None" begins. What the "Queen of Crime" came up with for this ensemble has served as a blueprint for countless crime thrillers to this day, not least the hit film "Knives Out: Glass Onion" with Daniel Craig. The ten unsuspecting visitors discover that the island is anything but idyllic as an unknown murderer turns one guest after another around the corner. Naturally, nerves are quickly frayed as everyone realizes that one of the guests must be the murderer - but who? And who will be the next victim? The Hamburg Players, the oldest English-speaking theater group in the Hanseatic city, will be investigating these questions from 14 to 24 February at the Theater an der Marschnerstraße in Barmbek-Süd. High tension guaranteed. All performances in English.

This content has been machine translated.


Theater an der Marschnerstraße Marschnerstraße 42 22081 Hamburg

Get the Rausgegangen App!

Be always up-to-date with the latest events in Hamburg!