Head to St Martin's Theatre to see the longest-running play in the world, Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap.
One of the West End's most popular shows, the first performance of The Mousetrap was in London in 1952.
What is The Mousetrap about?
The Mousetrap is a classic whodunnit that takes place in a remote English country house hotel during a snowstorm. The hotel owners and their guests are shocked when Detective Sergeant Trotter turns up and tells them that a murderer is coming to the hotel. But it seems the murderer has already arrived when one of the guests is found dead!
The Mousetrap is written by Agatha Christie, the queen of the crime novel and creator of some of the greatest detectives in fiction. Expect the usual twists, turns and double-bluffs as the audience tries to work out which character is responsible for the murder.
After the show, you'll be asked to keep the identity of the killer a secret so the play remains a mystery to others. After more than 70 years on the London West-End, this classical Whodunnit still keeps the public on the edge of their seats.
How can I buy tickets?
How long is the show?
The Mousetrap is two hours and 20 minutes long, including an interval.
Where is the musical performing?
The Mousetrap is showing at St Martin's Theatre. The closest Tube station is Leicester Square (Piccadilly and Northern lines).
What time is the evening show?
Evening performances usually take place at 7.30pm, from Mondays to Saturdays.
On which days are there matinees performances?
The Mousetrap matinees usually take place on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 3pm – although times may vary. Make sure to check your ticket in advance.
Is there any age restriction?
The play is recommended for anyone aged seven and above. Children under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
What other shows can I watch in London?
Attend trial in a London courtroom in true Agatha Christie's style with Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall, or don't miss the classic story of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables at the Sondheim Theatre.
|Adult Ticket||From £29.75 per ticket|