Producers of Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution have announced a new booking period and cast for the hit London production.
Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution will extend its run at London County Hall until 28 April 2024, making it London’s longest running site specific theatre production. This will take the acclaimed production into its seventh year as the ninth cast are also announced today. The new cast begin performances 21 March 2023.
Harry Giubileo (Last Train To Christmas, Sky Cinema; Red Rose, BBC/Netflix) makes his West End debut as the accused, Leonard Vole opposite Madeleine Walker (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Palace Theatre) as Romaine Vole.
Jo Stone-Fewings (Home I’m Darling, National Theatre Tour; The Crown, Netflix) and Crispin Redman (Law & Order, ITV; Camille, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre) return to the cast as Sir Wilfrid Robarts QC and Mr Mayhew. Nick Sampson (The Madness of King George III / Anthony and Cleopatra, National Theatre) will join the cast as Mr Myers QC, and Terence Wilton (The Woman in Black, West End; Never So Good, National Theatre) as Mr Justice Wainwright.
The company is completed by Bradley Adams, Nick Morrison Baker, Theo Holt-Bailey, Dafydd Gwyn Howells, Ben Jacobson, Caitlin Kaur, Don Klass, Godiva Marshall, Phoebe Newlan, Jo Servi, David Shelley and Tracey Wilkinson.
Bradley Adams, Theo Holt-Bailey and Caitlin Kaur will be making their West End debuts with the production.
Director Lucy Bailey (Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare’s Globe) thrillingly places the audience in the thick of the action as Christie’s enthralling tale of justice, passion and betrayal unfolds around them. The show centres on the case of Leonard Vole, accused of murder in cold blood.
Witness for the Prosecution is booking until 28 April 2024 at London County Hall.