1923. Egypt. Blue waters. Red sails. Ice tinkles. A woman laughs. Gunshot. Love triumphant. Love betrayed. Love the destroyer. Revenge, the prerogative of gods. And Poirot. Livewire Theatre celebrate 18 years at the Fringe with a twisted tale of passion and betrayal based on Agatha Christie's classic thriller. Lord Carmarthen and Howard Carter despoil the ancient darkness of Tutankhamen's tomb. Egypt revolts. Turmoil. Danger. Hercule Poirot is afloat aboard the Golden Boat of Ra with a murderer. On Twelfth Night, 2016: Restored my faith in theatre... shone with wit and beauty **** (Scotsman). Wonderful ****(BritishTheatreGuide.info).