An exhibition exploring the life and works of Agatha Christie is in its final week.

The showcase at Shire Hall, in Dorchester, runs until Friday, September 2.

Visitors are able to an insight into Christie's writing and personal life - from the inspiration behind her work to the infamous story of her disappearance.

The exhibition took around 15 years to curate and features memorabilia that ranges from daggers, all the way to books, letters and costumes.

Six first editions of the books Christie wrote under the guise of Mary Westmacott also feature as part of the collection.

Entry to the exhibition is included with a Shire Hall entry ticket.