Paul Nicholas opens And Then There Were None

Date - 13 January, 2015, All News Opening Nights Theatre

Paul Nicholas opens in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None where he stars as Judge Wargrave.

A group of 10 strangers are lured to a remote island off the coast of Devon. Upon arrival it is discovered that their host, an eccentric millionaire, is missing… Stranded on the island by a torrential storm and haunted by an ancient nursery rhyme, one by one the guests begin to die… With only the fallen believed to be innocent, who amongst them is the killer?

Overview

Paul Nicholas is perhaps best known for rocking Albert Square as Gavin Sullivan in Eastenders. He is also well known for playing the role of Vince Pinner in the celebrated British sitcom Just Good Friends opposite Jan Francis, which won the BAFTA award for Best Comedy Series. Paul also played series regulars in Sunburn and Two Up Two Down, both for BBC TV. In the cult film classic, Tommy (based on the stage musical of the same name), he played the role of Cousin Kevin.

On stage, Paul originated the role of Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, Claude in the London premiere of Hair, Rum Tum Tugger in Cats and Danny Zuko in the original West End cast of Grease. His other leading theatre credits include the eponymous role in Jekyll & Hyde, PT Barnum in Barnum, Claudio in The Young Vic's Much Ado About Nothing, Innocent Bystander and Richard O'Brien's T-Zee both for The Royal Court.

Most recently he has starred in the No.1 UK tour of And Then There Were None and Cheltenham Everyman's UK Tour Quartet.

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