Agatha Christie’s crime-fighting duo Tommy and Tuppence come to the stage for the first time in a new production of the author’s 1922 thriller The Secret Adversary.
The production is at Royal & Derngate in Northampton from March 24 to 26.
Christie wrote five Tommy and Tuppence thrillers about the daring adventures of the pair in 1920s London. Their first assignment puts them in a world of political intrigue, conspiracies and murder.
The play stars Emerald O’Hanrahan who is Emma Grundy in The Archers and Garmon Rhys who was in the production of Regeneration at the theatre last year.