The world's longest running play has been on in London since 1952, for three nights only following a record breaking 60th anniversary tour in 2012 its back in Bristol, if you have not seen Agatha Christie's murder suspense thriller catch it now.

Blizzard conditions see eight characters snowed in at Monkswell Manor a country hotel. The curtain opens with news that a murder has been committed in London. We meet the individuals as they arrive at Mollie and Giles Ralston's residence. The unconventional gathering become more and more suspicious of each other as each of them come under the spotlight. In Christie's own inimitable style she delivers an intertwined tale of murder, suspense and intrigue.

The set is traditional and effective true to the original, a burning log fire in the wood panelled sitting room transports you back to the 1950's.

For those of you who like 'whodunnit' there is nothing better than working it out if any of them did. All of the actors worked hard throughout with numerous red herrings to keep you guessing.

Geoff Arnold was a wonderful Sgt Trotter lively and vigorous, Lewis Chandler as Christopher Wren was excellent, endearing and amusing. Gwyneth Strong is a sterling Mrs Boyle, best known for her role as Cassandra in Only Fools and Horses. 

The only way to find out what happens is to book tickets at the Bristol Hippodrome - runs until Wednesday, 26th June.