The secretive lives of three wealthy siusters is about to be exposed, in Hoghton Players spring production.

David Summers’ murder mystery Annie, One, Two, Three sees events take a sinister course for the sisters who live in a luxurious house, on a private sheltered estate for the elderly.

The play runs at Hoghton Village Hall from Thursday to Saturday, 7.30pm.

Tickets cost £5 on Thursday, £7 on Friday and Saturday, with £6 concessions.

A players spokeswoman said: “They are all widows and the source of their money is a mystery to everyone, including Eric, the son of the oldest and most disagreeable sister. They also share a secret which is something to do with World War II.”

Call 01254 852258 to book.