Agatha Christie’s murder mystery BLACK COFFEE may have been written in 1929, but it still thrilled and engaged the audience at last night’s performance at the Oxford Playhouse. During the interval I heard members of the audience avidly discussing clues and theories about the identity and motives of the possible killers. “Maybe there’s something going on between the butler and the aunt…no, the secretary and the niece … what about Carelli, he’s the obvious suspect…”

Source: www.oxfordprospect.co.uk

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