Agatha Christie

Review: Murder for Two (Watermill, Newbury)
By Judi Herman
A multi-talented duo work their socks off as Agatha Christie meets the Marx Brothers in this musical murder mystery spoof
Why aren't more women centre stage?
In a week where a woman failed to become President, Sarah Crompton reflects on the vicious circle of women being overlooked on stage
Top shows to see this Halloween
Here's what plays to scare yourself silly watching over this year's Halloween
Review: Murder Ballad (Arts Theatre)
Kerry Ellis and Ramin Karimloo star in this new musical
Review: The Hollow (The Mill at Sonning)
Brian Blessed directs this revival of Agatha Christie's whodunit
Sarah Crompton: Why do some people like to know the ending?
Sarah Crompton on the importance of plot and why she always prefers to be surprised
The Mousetrap to take bookings until 2052
By Will Longman
The world's longest running stage show is booking until it's centenary
Chichester Festival Theatre announces winter 2015 season
Dame Penelope Keith will appear in a one-woman show by Anton Burge
Michael Coveney: Why we love the shows that go wrong
'It's the combination of material accident and thespian shame the truly sadistic coarse theatre lover is craving'
Casting announced for 2015 tour of The Mousetrap
By Editorial Staff
The record-breaking show is embarking on the latest leg of its UK tour later this month