Most of this year Evil Under the Sun could be considered wishful thinking (more like Evil Under the Umbrella), apart from today of course, which is why it’s wonderful for an open screening of the Agatha Christie film Evil Under the Sun, at Oldway Mansion tonight at 7.40pm.
Starring peter Ustinov as Poirot, as well as James Mason, Maggie Smith, Jane Birkin, Roddy McDowall and Diana Rigg (and a Cole Porter Soundtrack), tickets are £5 each.
Take a chair, a rug, a picnic and some warm clothes but don’t take the butler.
Tickets can be bought from the Torquay Tourist Information Centre, online at the English Riviera site, by calling 01803 211211 on on the night.
Meanwhile, here’s Monty Python’s take on Agatha Christie, just to whet your appetite for the forthcoming comedy festival.
Posted by Cptn
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