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Tickets for The Mousetrap play in London!
The world's longest-running play of any kind, Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap at the St Martin's Theatre, is now in its 68th year!
Book your Mousetrap tickets London today to secure the best seats at the best prices whilst stocks last!
About The Mousetrap play by Agatha Christie
The Mousetrap has now been running for 68 years during which time over 28,000 performances have been given. It is quite simply a great piece of theatrical history written by the greatest crime writer of all time.
This world record-breaking production of The Mousetrap continues to enthral, to entertain and to thrill audiences who still flock to the St Martin's Theatre in London from every corner of the globe. 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....
How is the play Mousetrap still running after all these years?
The Mousetrap has been thrilling audiences from around the world for as long as Queen Elizabeth II has been on the throne. They have shared Silver and Ruby jubilees and recently both enjoyed their Golden celebration.
The Mousetrap: UK’s record-breaking play
During this phenomenal run, there have been no fewer than 297 actors and actresses appearing in the play, 86 miles of shirts have been ironed and over 320 tons of ice cream sold. Some cast members are in the Guinness Book of Records, David Raven as the 'Most Durable Actor' for 4575 performances as Major Metcalf, and the late Nancy Seabrooke for a record-breaking 15 years as an understudy. The Mousetrap first entered the record books many years ago on 12th April 1958 when it became the longest-running show of any kind in the history of British Theatre.
Who is starring in The Mousetrap London cast?
From October 2020, The Mousetrap features a new cast. Sergeant Trotter is played by Paul Hilliar, Mr Paravicini is played by Tony Timberlake and Major Metcalf by Damien Matthews. Christopher Wren is portrayed by Alexander Wolfe, Giles Ralston by Neil Ditt with Mrs Boyle played by Brenda Longman. Miss Casewell is played by Lizzie Muncey and Mollie Ralston is played by Eleanor McLoughlin. The play is now directed by Ian Talbot (Eugenius at The Other Palace).
Agatha Christie: The Mousetrap London tickets back on sale!
Join the millions who have already discovered whodunit, but will not share their secret... book The Mousetrap tickets now for an unforgettable London theatre experience!
Age restrictionChildren under the age of 5 will not be admitted. All children must have their own ticket and those 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Running time2hr 20min (inc. interval)
Performance datesBooking until 27 March 2021.
ContentRecommended for ages 7 and above.
Sanne Verswijvel15th March
A good play in a cosy venue.
Mrs dawn13th March
Great show in an atmospheric theatre. Seats were comfy, if a bit cramped. We had a great view of the stage as only 5 rows from stage.
joyce boughtflower12th March
Rather expensive. I enjoyed it though
wow... brilliant from start to finish would highly recommend going to see it, even though I guessed who the villain was half way though ...but mums the word!!
alexandra wagner11th March
Esin K Karaa11th March
Such a nice performance by all actresses and actors.
MAURIZIO 10th March
Theatre staff was lovely
Miss Katie Lee9th March
Great show, gorgeous little theatre, expensive for drinks and a little warmer in the venue than id have liked but other than its well worth a see!
Lovely theatre and was really looking forward to seeing this legendary play however our enjoyment was spoilt by the low volume of the actors' voices from the stage, which at best was just about audible above the sound of other audience members rusting sweet wrappers...
The Mousetrap is now in its 68th year, which, in itself is testament to the quality and presentation of the works of Agatha Christie
Wendy Wallace6th March
The play itself was good but the experience was spoilt by a rude staff member in the bar. I think he should go on a course to learn how to smile and be polite. Shocking really when you think the standards would normally be high at a theatre.
Mrs Dawson4th March
The production itself was good. Fantastic actors and good set. But the story and dialogue is a bit sleepy. This was felt by, I would estimate, more than 25% of the audience who were fast asleep at one point or another! My advice would be to take sweets and coffee- or you’ll be one of the many who snores themselves awake during a very quiet scene!