Agatha Christie thriller Witness for the Prosecution plays its 2000th performance at London County Hall today!
Now in its seventh year, nearly 640,000 people have watched the gripping trial of Leonard Vole unfold in the magnificent setting of London County Hall. Since opening Witness for the Prosecution has welcomed 10 Romaines, 10 Judges and 9 Leonard Voles (actor Harry Reid returned as Leonard for a second run!)
The twists and turns of the case are played out in a spectacular courtroom setting inside the atmospheric London County Hall as prosecution battles defence and witnesses take the stand to give their shocking testimonies.
The production continues to be a hit with London theatre-goers with a record-breaking 12 months playing to 98% capacity.
Producers Eleanor Lloyd and Rebecca Stafford said ‘We are thrilled to have reached such a milestone moment for the production . What’s particularly wonderful is seeing so many young people enjoying the show”
The tenth cast stars Benjamin Westerby (Macbeth, Imitating The Dog) as the accused, Leonard Vole, opposite Katie Buchholz (Leaves of Grass, Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons) as Romaine Vole.
The cast also includes Stephen Hogan (Sardar Udham) as Sir Wilfrid Robarts QC, Paul Ansdell (When the Rain Stops Falling) as Mr Mayhew, David Shaw-Parker (My Fair Lady) as Mr Justice Wainwright, and John Mackay (The Doctor) as Mr Myers QC.
The company is completed by Melissa Aduke-James, Aamira Challenger, Tom Espiner, Sam Flint, Mackenzie Heynes, Don Klass, Damian Lynch, Matthew Mellalieu, Blair Robertson, Nicola Sanderson, Andrew Tuku JR and Rosamund Williams.
Witness for the Prosecution is currently booking at London County Hall to 29 September 2024.
Photos: Witness for the Prosecution