THIS month it is 100 years since crime writing queen Agatha Christie had her first novel published.

She began her debut novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, in 1916 and published it after the end of the war, in October 1920.

The novel introduced charismatic Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, one of Christie’s most enduring characters.

In 1930 her first published stage play, Black Coffee, opened in London’s West End.

Bingley Little Theatre has presented three Agatha Christie plays over the years - And Then There Were None in 2002, Spider’s Web in 2010 and A Murder is Announced in 2014.

Here’s a look back at those productions. Were you in the audience for any of them - and did you guess whodunnit? Or were you in the cast on stage, or working behind the scenes?

Bradford has a rich history of amateur dramatics and community theatres. With theatres currently closed, we hope you enjoy these dramatic scenes from years past.

Thanks to Bingley Little Theatre for sending them in.