This iconic West End staple has been delighting and thrilling audiences for longer than any other single production in the world. Agatha Christie's record-breaking murder mystery was first performed at St. Martin's Theatre in 1974, after moving from the nearby Ambassadors Theatre, making it the world's longest-running theatrical production. The classic whodunnit sees a host of characters snowed-in and stranded in a lavish country house where a grizzly murder has taken place nearby. Everyone is a suspect and they are all walking on eggshells! The characters (and audience) must unravel the mystery without getting caught in the fiendish mousetrap. Who is the real killer? This is a secret that countless theatre-goers have been keeping throughout this play's almost 70 year history. The current production is directed by Ian Talbot and produced by Adam Spiegel, under the artistic supervision of Denise Silvey.
- Booking From
- 1 October 2020
- Booking Until
- 28 March 2021
- Performance Times
- Matinees: Tuesday at 3pm and Saturday at 4pm
- Evenings: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm