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The celebrated detective Hercule Poirot boards the legendary Orient Express, enjoying the prospect of a luxurious rail journey from Istanbul to Calais in the dead of winter.
The train is surprisingly packed for the time of year; only the intervention of the manager secures Poirot a first class berth, alongside an intriguing and glittering company of international travellers.
But just after midnight, the Orient Express screeches to a halt, marooned by a snowdrift. And by morning, one passenger is dead
Nobody can leave. A guard appears to be missing. A killer is in their midst. And Poirot must deploy his little grey cells on the most difficult case of his career: one that will force him to question his deepest beliefs.
Adapted from Agatha Christies masterpiece by Ken Ludwig, this spectacular and sumptuous new staging is directed by former CFT Artistic Director Jonathan Church (Amadeus, Singin in the Rain, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui) and designed by Robert Jones (Oklahoma!, Mack & Mabel).
Double Olivier Award-winner Henry Goodman makes a welcome return to Chichester to play
Poirot, following his appearances in Yes,
Prime Minister (2010) and The
Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (2012/13), also directed by Jonathan Church,
and which both transferred to the West End.