Trying to get their hands on more than a little inheritance, a group of young people hide the body of a dead tycoon. But what starts as a lark quickly becomes all too serious when they discover that the body is in fact a murder victim.
A comedy about business and finance, with a strong undercurrent of criminal activity, the play combines humour, intricate plotting and a confounding murder.
“A different Agatha Christie. The play has deserted the familiar path of the whodunnit type thriller into the realms of black comedy. The action is played for laughs rather than chills, but once the storyline has been established, there is plenty of humour and sparkle to carry it along to the usual surprise climax.” - The Stage
ON BREAKING CHARACTER
The Lost (and Found) Plays of Agatha Christie
by Chris Chan
July 24, 2019
- Minimum Fee: $100 per performance
- Time Period: 1970s
- Duration: More than 120 minutes (2 hours)
- Setting: The action takes place between the offices of Fletcher Developments, near Victoria and a private suite at a Bognor Regis Hotel.
- Features / Contains: Period Costumes
AN AIR HOSTESS
The play was originally performed in Bristol in 1971, titled Fiddler's Five. Christie revised the scripted, combined two characters and simplified several of the red herrings and Fiddlers Three was completed in 1972.