Witness for the Prosecution
You have been summoned for jury service…
Step inside the magnificent surroundings of London County Hall and experience the intensity and drama of Agatha Christie’s gripping story of justice, passion and betrayal in a unique courtroom setting.
Leonard Vole stands accused of murdering a widow in order to inherit her wealth, and the stakes are high: convince the jury – and the audience – of his innocence, or face the hangman’s noose. That is, after he’s survived the shocking witness testimony.
Don’t miss this landmark stage production on London’s Southbank.
See you in court.
***** ‘CRIMINALLY GOOD’ Daily Mail
**** ‘A palatial interior fit for the QUEEN OF CRIME’ Daily Telegraph
**** ‘THE PERFECT SETTING. A deliciously enjoyable revival.’ Time Out
**** ‘Christie’s courtroom drama in the grand chamber at County Hall entertains, amuses and unsettles’ Daily Telegraph
**** Agatha Christie’s INGENIOUS courtroom drama fits perfectly in County Hall’ Guardian
**** ‘Hugely fun site-specific revival of this Agatha Christie courtroom drama’ Time Out
****‘BIG, AUSTERE AND GRAND, the PERFECT SETTING.’ Time Out
***** ‘Classic Christie’ Daily Mail
***** ‘The queen of cunning has been brilliantly served.’ Daily Mail
**** ‘A DELIGHT’ The Arts Desk
**** ‘Compelling new production in the Council Chamber at London County Hall is guilty of being a good night out’ The Arts Desk
****’The setting, the playing, the plotting keep you guessing happily throughout.’ Times
**** “It’s atmospheric. It’s an event.” Times
- The new cast includes Carolin Stoltz (Shetland, Emmerdale) playing Romaine Vole,Lewis Cope (Billy Elliot) as the accused Leonard Vole, Simon Dutton (The Saint) in the role of Sir Wilfrid Robarts, Giles Taylor (This House, Wolf Hall/ Bring Up The Bodies) playing Mr Myers QC, Michael Cochrane (The Archers) as Mr Justice Wainwright, Tim Frances (The 39 Steps) as Mr Mayhew, with Max Dinnen, Janet Fullerlove, Karlina, Grace-Paseda, Jessica Hole, Francesca Knight, Paul Lancaster, Nicholas Osmond, Joe Shire, Michael Weaver and Karl Wilson.