Witness for the Prosecution

Witness for the Prosecution extends to April 2023 at London’s County Hall

Witness for the Prosecution, the acclaimed stage production of Agatha Christie’s gripping crime drama is now booking until 16 April 2023 at County Hall.

Christie’s high stakes tale of justice, passion and betrayal is now in its fifth year and seventh cast at the historic venue on London’s Southbank. Casting for the new booking period is to be revealed at a later date.

Set in the spectacular chamber of London’s County Hall, director Lucy Bailey’s revival puts the audience in the thick of the action giving theatre-goers a unique immersive experience to Agatha Christie’s court room thriller.

The semi-immersive show has been seen by over 400,000 people since it premiered at the venue in 2017.

Producers Eleanor Lloyd and Rebecca Stafford said: “After being closed for 18 months during the pandemic we are thrilled that audiences have welcomed Witness for the Prosecution back with such enthusiasm. Over 400,000 people have seen the show since we opened in 2017 and we are excited to now be extending into a 6th year with a new booking period now on sale until April 2023.” 

The current cast includes Joshua Glenister as the accused, Leonard Vole, opposite Lauren O’Neil as Romaine. Owen Oakeshott will play Sir Wilfrid Robarts QC. He is joined by Peter Landi as Mr Mayhew, Richard Teverson as Mr Myers QC, and James Hayes as Mr Justice Wainwright. The company is completed by James AlperLily Blunsom-WashbrookJonathan Brenner, Simon ButterissVicki DavidsWilliam DonaldsonNick HardieAndrew HollingworthMandi SymondsNaomi Taylor,Matt Weyland, and Donnavan Yates.

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Witness for the Prosecution By Agatha Christie is booking until 16 April 2023 at County Hall, London.

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