Murder can be a funny business.
Trying to get their hands on more than a little inheritance, a group of people conceal the sudden death of a wealthy tycoon. But what starts as a lark quickly becomes all too serious when they discover that the body is in fact a murder victim. And when one of them impersonates the deceased, it seems the murderer is all too ready to strike again...
A comedy about business, family, finance and loyalty, with a strong undercurrent of criminal activity, the play combines humour, intricate plotting and a confounding murder.
First performed in 1972 starring comedy legend Doris Hare, this was Agatha Christie's final play before her death in 1976.
Event: Thursday 30 June - Saturday 2 July. Evenings 7.30pm, Saturday matinee 2.30pm
Book now for Agatha Christie’s ‘Fiddlers Three’ at Hampshire Cultural Trust's Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham now!