Witness for the Prosecution tickets
You are summoned for jury serviceAgatha Christie's gripping courtroom drama, Witness for the Prosecution enjoys a unique, landmark production set against the backdrop of the spectacular council chamber of London County Hall.
Leonard Vole has been accused of murdering a widow in order to inherit her wealth. Time is against Leonard as he takes to the stand to protest his innocence and convince the jury that he did not commit this crime. Expect shocking twists, powerful testimonies and tales of passion and betrayal as Leonard's life hangs in the balance.
Witness for the Prosecution was first published by Agatha Christie in 1925 as the short story, 'Traitor's Hands', before being turned into a stage play in 1953. The London County Hall production, directed by Lucy Bailey, opened in 2017 and drew critical acclaim for its unique and imaginative staging in the Hall's former Council Chamber.
With seats available in the heart of the courtroom as well as on the jury bench itself, Witness for the Prosecution tickets will fully immerse you in the action and place Leonard's fate firmly in your hands.
Running time: 2 hours 15 minutes (including an interval)
Age recommendation: Best for age 10+. Babes in arms not admitted
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