• “A Stupendously Fun Movie”- Film Review: See How They Run

    On 9th September 2022, a modern-day Agatha Christie swept onto our cinema screens. It has been well-received by the public, and is a film full of energy and mystery. One of our reviewers, Will Stead, screened the film. Here are his thoughts....
  • “A Great Way To Spend An Evening”- Theatre Review: The Mousetrap

    Agatha Christie’s murder mystery The Mousetrap is the world’s longest-running play, and the tour now celebrates 70 years from its original release. Between 27th September to 1st October the esteemed performance has come to Nottingham’s Theatre Royal. Impact’s Amy Child and Ana Balanici attended opening night to review....
  • March Book Of The Month: ‘Curtain’: Poirot’s Last Case By Agatha Christie

    Agatha Christie is a world-renowned writer whose books are only outsold by Shakespeare and the Bible. Her little Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, has become one of the most famous fictional detectives of all time. Hannah Walton-Hughes, ardent Christie fan, discuss Poirot’s last ever case, and all the plot twists,...
  • “Aesthetic Value Goes Some Way To Make Up For Deviations From The Original” – Film Review: Death On The Nile

    After nearly two years of postponement due to the pandemic, the new re-make of Agatha Christie’s famous novel, ‘Death on the Nile’, graced cinemas on Friday 11th February 2022. The film is littered with stunning scenery and an all-star cast. Agatha Christie fan, Hannah Walton-Hughes comments on the latest...
  • Film Review: Knives Out

    When wealthy crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is found dead after his 85th birthday party, his dysfunctional family are questioned by renowned detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) who suspects foul play....
  • The Mousetrap @ Theatre Royal

    Having heard rave reviews of The Mousetrap from my friends and peers, I was ecstatic to see the show for myself. Oddly, knowing extremely little about the longest running show in the world, I went into Agatha Christie’s most famous – though not her greatest – whodunit with high...
  • Murder For Two @ Theatre Royal

    With plenty of energy to keep you on their toes, this comedy duo didn’t fail to keep a smile on their audience’s faces from start to finish. The “hysterical blend of music, mayhem and murder” of a musical follows two actors who play 13 characters between the two of them,...