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The cast of a theatrical murder mystery are set to take to the streets to promote their latest performance. The Lichfield Players will be on the streets of the city on Saturday (September 26) ahead of their production of Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None. They will be handing out promotional flyers on Bore Street between 11am and 1pm, offering theatre-goers £2 off tickets for the opening night. Christie’s enigmatic thriller follows the fortunes of ten house guests as they arrive at a remote house party expecting to be wined and dined.  The mood quickly becomes sinister, however, when each guest is accused of murder, and then, one by one, they start to die. After the show, audiences can also take advantage of a special money-off promotion, inviting theatre-goers to become Lichfield Players Season Ticket Holders for 2009/10. Lichfield Players’ Chairman Sarah Stanley said:
“The rest of the Players’ season is really exciting, and includes powerful drama, acid wit and hilarious comedy as well as our Pro-Am, ‘Brassed Off’ – the stage version of the award-winning film. “Anyone wishing to become a Season Ticket Holder can see our remaining four productions for only £35 per person (£31 concessions), saving an impressive £8.50 off standard ticket price over the course of the season.  Application forms and full details will be available from front of house on the night and it’s a fantastic way to see great theatre for less.”
The Lichfield Players’ production of And Then There Were None runs at the Lichfield Garrick from 30th September 30 to October 3.  Tickets are priced £10 (concessions £9 and £6). For more information call the box office on 01543 412121 or visit – Ends    –

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