St Martins Theatre
26 West St, London WC2H 9NAVenue information
Agatha Christie’s THE MOUSETRAP has been at home at St. Martins Theatre in the West End for an incredible 70 years and is still keeping millions of people from every corner of the globe on the edge of their seats.
THE MOUSETRAP first entered the record books in 1958 when it became the longest running show of any kind in the history of British theatre. The incredible show continues to attract audiences from all over the world. In her own inimitable style, Dame Agatha Christie has created an atmosphere of shuddering suspense and a brilliantly intricate plot where murder lurks around every corner.
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THE MOUSETRAP gathers a group of people together at a stately countryside guesthouse in the converted Monkswell Manor. A snow storm cuts the patrons off and they discover, to their horror, a killer is amongst them. Which one is the murderer? Who will be their next victim?
The characters become increasingly suspicious as the show goes on until each and everyone of their shameful pasts is revealed up until the last, when the moment the identity of the killer and motive are finally revealed.
The best-loved murder mystery of all time by the best-selling novelist of all time. Case closed!
Tickets on sale now for performances until 14 September 2024. Tuesday – Saturday 7.30pm Wednesday & Saturday 3:00pm. Sunday at 2:00pm and 6:00pm
2 hour 20 minutes.
Agatha Christie (Writer), Sir Peter Saunders (Original Producer), Sir Stephen Waley-Cohen (Producer), Ian Talbot (Director), Adam Spiegel (Producer)
Madeleine Leslay (Mollie Ralston), Ben Cutler (Giles Ralston), Gwithian Evans (Christopher Wren), Josephine Lloyd Welcome (Mrs Boyle), Steve Fortune (Major Metcalf), Felicity Cant (Miss Casewell), Stephen Matthews (Mr Paravicini), Jack Elliot (Detective Sergeant Trotter).
Age Guidance: 7+
'A truly entertaining classic'
'One of the most skilfully written murder mysteries ever produced'
'Deservedly a classic among murder thrillers'
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