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Black Coffee

Bill Kenwright by special arrangement with Agatha Christie Ltd presents

Black Coffee

By Agatha Christie Starring Robert Powell

Tues 6 - Sat 10 May

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: From £15.50 - £30.25 Concessions £10.50 - £28.25

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A quintessential English country estate is thrown into chaos following the murder of eccentric inventor Sir Claud Amory, and the theft of his new earth shattering formula.

Arriving at the Estate moments too late, one man immediately senses a potent brew of despair, treachery, and deception amid the estate’s occupants. That man is Hercule Poirot.

In the first play ever written by Agatha Christie we are introduced to a character who went on to become the most famous detective of all time. He is the only fictional character ever to receive a full-page obituary in the New York Times.

Starring Robert Powell as Hercule Poirot, he has received multiple awards and a BAFTA nomination for his portrayal of ‘Jesus’ in Franco Zefferelli’s Jesus of Nazareth and in numerous films, including 39 Steps and Shaka Zulu. His stage performances include Alan Bennett’s Single Spies and Oscar Wilde’s Dorian Gray.

Black Coffee also stars Company regulars Liza Goddard from TV hits Bergerac and Give Us A Clue, Gary Mavers, best known for playing heart-throb doctor Andrew Attwood in Peak Practice, and Ben Nealon, perhaps best loved for his role as Capt Forsythe in Soldier Soldier.

Tue 6 May 7:45pm
Wed 7 May 2:30pm
Wed 7 May 7:45pm
Thu 8 May 2:30pm
Thu 8 May 7:45pm
Fri 9 May 7:45pm Captioned Performance
Sat 10 May 2:30pm Audio Described
Sat 10 May 7:45pm Limited Availability

Robert Powell & Liza Goddard visit Agatha Christie's home ahead of Black Coffee

Posted by anon on 14th January 2014

The cast of Agatha Christie’s Black Coffee donned their costumes and visited the blue plaqued private residence once owned by the queen of crime. Read more

Black Coffee Production Photos

Posted by anon on 3rd April 2014

Take a look at these brilliant production photos from the upcoming production of Agatha Christie's Black Coffee. Read more

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