‘And Then There Were None’ brought to life – and death – by Ely Amateur Dramatic Society

A remote island. A millionaires’ mansion. Ten guests. And then there were none…

Ten strangers are brought together to a remote island for a seemingly innocent house party. Each of them hides a dark secret, and one by one they pay the ultimate price for their past mistakes. But who is orchestrating their descent into hell?

Agatha Christie’s intense, atmospheric murder mystery ‘And Then There Were None’ brought to life – and death – by the cast members of Ely Amateur Dramatic Society.

The perfect way to spend a dark, autumnal evening.
From Thursday 24th Oct – Saturday 26th Oct, 7.30pm at Needhams Hall, Ely College.

Tickets £12 from Burrows Bookshop, 9 High Street Passage, Ely 01353 669759 or online:


It’s the play people are dying to see…

City of Ely Amateur Dramatic Society presented our first play in 1888 and in 2018 we celebrated our 130th birthday. Our aim is to produce 3 productions every year, from comedy to drama, to Shakespeare and other classic dramatists.

Press release from City of Ely Amateur Dramatic Society

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