Was it The Major, The Writer, The Servant, The Drunk, The Emigré, The Hostess, The Number 1 Fan or The Doctor?
Go Back For Murder was adapted for the stage by Agatha Christie from the hugely successful novel Five Little Pigs, in which Hercule Poirot was the main character. In adapting the play, Christie changed the title and dropped Poirot completely from the story, replacing him with Justin Fogg, the handsome young lawyer.
Murder on the Orient Express is a generally fine adaptation of one of Christie’s most famous works, directed by, and starring as Hercule Poirot, Kenneth Branagh.
This year's Cunard British Film Festival offers a glorious selection of features, including premieres, documentaries and retrospectives.
Fact and fiction merge in a page-turning account of the still-unsolved mystery of Agatha Christie’s ten day disappearance over the pre-Christmas period of 1926.
A filmed stage production from the Vaudeville Theatre, London, of Oscar Wilde's popular comedy of Victorian manners, starring David Suchet as Lady Bracknell!
Years after an FBI agent's daughter is found murdered, she reteams with former colleagues, determined to catch the killer and put to rest ghosts of the past.
The residents of Little Paddocks House are astonished by an advertisement in the local paper stating a murder will take place in the house at 6:30pm on Friday night.
This reviewer has often said that the Tea Tree Players know their audience and give them what they want. But with Rob Urbinati’s Death By Design, the company is definitely stretching their audience’s boundaries.
Glam Adelaide caught up with Australian crime/paranormal author Melanie Casey, who has just released the second book in her new trilogy.
This year is the Diamond Anniversary of Agatha Christie’s famous play, perhaps best known for the request at every performance not to tell anybody who committed the crime.
The Australasian cast of the world’s most famous thriller - Agatha Christie’s iconic play The Mousetrap - hits Adelaide today, where it will play at the Dunstan Playhouse from October 9 - 28.
In true Agatha Christie style, The Mousetrap has more red herrings than a trawler could carry and, of course, the twist in the tale. The season has already been extended, so the chances of getting a ticket are very slim, but you should certainly try.