To mark Agatha Christie’s 125th birthday year, many of her fan letters are being published for the first time. And to mark the anniversary, the stage production of the Mistress of Mystery’s best-selling novel And Then There Were None comes to Blackpool Grand this spring.
Christie hoarded hundreds of letters from her adoring readers which included notes from the author PG Wodehouse (to whom she dedicated her story Halloween Party) and from members of the general public who found her writing a means of salvation during difficult times or just a source of delight. Christie was a prolific writer, having penned 66 mystery novels and 14 collections of short stories.
The collection of her coveted fan letters includes a Polish woman who survived a German labour camp, a child who raised money to buy her texts, and a Romanian prisoner.
Don’t miss your opportunity to celebrate the success of crime-writer Christie when her best-selling story And The There Were None comes to Blackpool Grand Theatre from Monday 20 to Saturday 25 April. Get your tickets now!
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