Most Successful Play in the Ensemble's History

And Then There Were None proved to be a great success at Dundee Rep Theatre with Dundee audiences bamboozled by the ultimate whodunit from the world’s best selling mystery writer of all time, Agatha Christie. And Then There Were None opened 5 March and had the Dundee public guessing as one by one ten strangers are murdered in a stranger’s house on a remote island.

And Then There Were None is Dundee Rep’s most successful play since the conception of Dundee Rep Ensemble. With the national average for UK theatre ticket capacity at 57% (Source: UK Theatre national figures, W/C 10 March) And Then There Were None  played to over 80% capacity. More than 8000 people experienced the Agatha Christie ‘masterpiece’ before the run finished on 29 March.

Dundee Rep’s most successful musical is Sunshine on Leith always playing to sell-out houses in Dundee and Scotland.

General Manager, Ian Alexander said: 
‘We are delighted that the city has embraced this brilliant production and also kept the ending a secret, as so not to spoil it for anyone else. Who-DUN-it week was a brilliant platform to launch the show and we really couldn’t have asked for better audience feedback’