Here’s yet another suspect appearing in our next production at the Rhodes Arts Complex 19th – 21st March – And then There Were None by Agatha Christie
You can get tickets here
But in the meantime here is the very suave and judgemental Sir Lawrence Wargrave
Who are you?
Who is your character?
Sir Lawrence Wargrave
What’s he like?
Wargrave is a highly intelligent recently retired judge, a man with a commanding personality. As the characters begin to realize that a murderer is hunting them, Wargrave’s experience, air of authority and self-accepted superiority make him a natural leader for the group. He lays out evidence, organizes searches, and ensures that weapons are locked away safely. He is multi-faceted, cool-headed and calm but you never know quite what he’s thinking. Is it self-preservation or something a lot more sinister?
What’s the greatest mystery you know?
Machu Picchu, Angkor Wat, Cheops at Giza, Shangri La – the lost Himalayan sanctuary not the Shankri-la cafe in Mysore, mind you after partaking of their home mixed pipe “tobacco” in their hookah lounge I could be mistaken. It could be any of these but no. I think the most likely greatest mystery known is that of the missing sock! Why are there no matching socks? Where do all the odd ones go? It has been one of the most irritating mysteries of life since mankind started wearing socks or stockings.
However, if you would like something a little bit more down to earth or grass in this case. Why do cows always eat facing either north or south but never east or west? – Fascinating