Witness for the Prosecution Tickets
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Affordable tickets for Witness for the Prosecution at the specially designated London County Hall!
Art imitates life with Witness for the Prosecution, the suspenseful courtroom drama by Agatha Christie now showing in the eye-popping Council Chamber of the Edwardian Baroque County Hall. Step foot inside the jaw-dropping interior of County Hall, London, and immerse yourself in the English playwright's gripping tale of law and justice, high tension and disloyalty in this one-of-a-kind courtroom staging unlike anything you've experienced before.
What is Witness for the Prosecution about?
Agatha Christie's compelling stage play follows protagonist Leonard Vole, who has been accused of killing a widow to inherit her fortune. A lot is at stake in this thrilling court case and only time will tell whether Leonard can convince the jury and you, the audience, that he is an innocent man. Following a shocking witness testimony, it seems Leonard won't be running away from the hangman's noose so easily...
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Witness for The Prosecution County Hall reviews
London's Southbank has never been so dramatic and London theatre fans are just eating up tickets for this smash-hit Off-West End production. Having received a fleet of five-star reviews and overwhelming praise from audiences and critics alike, Witness for the Prosecution would certainly be criminal to miss. Come see what London audiences are calling "guilty of being a good night out" (The Arts Desk) and "big, austere, and grand" (Time Out). The Agatha Christie play has also been lauded for its unpredictable plot twists with the interval declared a "buzz of inquisition" in a review for London Theatre Direct. Just when you think you've got the murderer all figured out, you'll be left guessing once more.
Witness for the Prosecution London theatre cast
As of 28 May 2019, a new cast has taken over for the London revival of Witness for the Prosecution. The Agatha Christie thriller now stars Alexandra Guelff in the role of Romaine Vole, Kevin McMonagle in the role of Mr Myers QC, Taz Skylar in the lead role as the accused Leonard Vole, Jeffrey Kissoon in the role of Mr Justice Wainwright, Crispin Redman in the role of Mr Mayhew, and Jo Stone-Fewings in the role of Sir Wilfrid Robarts.
The Witness for the Prosecution County Hall cast also stars Amelia Annowska as The Woman, Craig Talbot as Policeman/Plain Clothes Detective, Vivienne Smith as Greta/Ms Clegg, Jane Lambert as Janet Mackenzie, Cathy Walker as Stenographer, Tom Shepherd as Warder, Owen Oakeshott as Inspector Hearne, Timothy Harker as Carter/Dr Wyatt, George Howard as Clerk of the Court, and Mark Grindrod as Solicitor.
Witness for the Prosecution play creative team
The London theatre revival of Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution is directed by Lucy Bailey (Noyes Fludde opera, The Importance of Being Earnest at the Harold Pinter Theatre) and features design by William Dudley (Fings Ain’t Wot They Used T’Be at the Stratford East), lighting design by Chris Davey (Vamos Cuba at Sadler's Wells), sound design by Mic Pool (former resident at the Royal Court Theatre), casting direction by Ellie Collyer-Bristow CDG, (The King and I at the London Palladium, 3 Women at Trafalgar Studios) and assistant direction by Clemmie Reynolds. The show is produced by Eleanor Lloyd Productions and Rebecca Stafford Productions.
Witness for the Prosecution tickets available at affordable prices for the landmark staging on London's Southbank!
You won't want to miss this highly unique staging of this Agatha Christie classic that has the entire London theatre scene abuzz. Book your Witness for the Prosecution tickets now for the best seats at County Hall and WE'LL SEE YOU IN COURT!
Agatha Christie is the master of criminal suspense and Witness for the Prosecution is just one of her works now playing in London Theatreland. Be sure to catch her record-breaking play, The Mousetrap at St Martins Theatre, now the longest-running play in the world, having been on in the West end for nearly seven decades.
Age restrictionChildren under 5 will not be admitted.
Running time2hr 15min (inc. interval)
Performance dates3 August 2021 - 20 March 2022
ContentRecommended for ages 5 and above.
Babes in arms and children under the age of 5 will not be permitted. All children need their own ticket. Latecomers may not be permitted. Please allow extra arrival time as there are multiple entrances to the seating area once inside the theatre. A note about Gallery Tickets: Access to the original Public Galleries is up a flight of stairs, with no lift access. Once at Gallery level, the steps to access Rows C and D are steep with extra steps. Seats in Row A have narrow access and 2 extra steps. All steps in the Galleries are narrow. These seats may not be suitable for patrons with access requirements or vertigo sufferers. Hearing loop may not work for patrons seated in the North and South Gallery. There are no toilets on the Gallery level. A note about Stalls Tickets: There is a lift from Street level to the foyer/Box Office. There is a lift from the foyer to the Courtroom Stalls Chamber ONLY. Row F is the only row for step-free access. There is a wheelchair space available in row F suitable for those wishing to remain in their wheelchair for the duration of the show. Hearing Loop should work for all seats in the Courtroom Stalls. We advise that patrons with access requirements check with theatre's box office before purchasing tickets.
Please note: There is not a cloakroom at this venue; bags that do not fit comfortably under a single seat will not be permitted.
AccessNo immediate vehicular access to the venue as Belvedere road is a closed private road. Closest is the corner of Belvedere Road and Chicheley Street.
Jill Prior16th March
This was a brilliant production with a lot of twists and turns. It kept you guessing and what you thought was happening and the interpretation by the audience of events was completely different to the outcome. I personally got the wrong verdict. The scene changes were very quick and the actors were brilliant, would definitely recommend this show to anyone. Lovely afternoon big thank you to everyone involved.
Karen G.11th March
Really enjoyed the whole atmosphere, great story and performance brilliant.
The performance was brilliant. The seats were so hard which meant everyone fidgeting Would warn anyone going to be prepared.
Anne Whyte11th March
Fantastic performances from everyone ! Most enjoyable evening at the theatre for a long time.
Mrs Emma Chivers10th March
Fantastic show, possibly the best play I've seen to date. The setting (Council Room in County Hall) was perfect and you felt part of the court; fully immersed in the story. The actors were phenomenal and the acknowledgement and celebration of International Women's Day, wonderful. Would highly recommend.
Loraine Lynch9th March
Me and my daughter went as it was a birthday treat it was a very interesting play it was very well played by the Actors it felt like a real court room the only thing we were at the top of the building and the seats were obstructing with big pillars but luckily most of the scenes were in the middle of the room so for the money I paid it wasn't too bad would defiantly go and see it again
Amee Uk9th March
It was so nicely set up. I had some trouble viewing the people on the witness stand so all I could do was hear due to limited restrictions to my view but all in all it was worth it
Jane Holford9th March
Excellent play, cast and venue. Enjoyed being one of a small audience.
Dennis Hines9th March
Pat Randall8th March
Fabulous venue. Superb drama
Mick Vincent8th March
Amazing setting for a very enjoyable play. Loved all the twists and turns. Tickets were not cheap but I guess the joy of being in such a fitting environment made up for that. Highly recommended.
Kamini Thakrar8th March
Upcoming Performance Times
- Tuesday14 September 2021
- Wednesday15 September 2021
- Thursday16 September 2021
- Thursday16 September 2021
- Friday17 September 2021
- Saturday18 September 2021
- Saturday18 September 2021
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