In what is perhaps unsurprising news and to continue its record breaking run in the West End, producers of The Mousetrap have extended the booking period for the iconic Agatha Christie 'whodunnit' play through to the New Year at the St Martin's Theatre. Tickets to The Mousetrap in London are now available to book for performances up until at least January 28th 2023.
The world famous and much loved Agatha Christie drama centres on a group of hotel guests who are interrogated by police following a murder with one of them suspected of being the killer. As the plot thickens, the shady characters begin to reveal their pasts to finally uncover who the murderer is amongst them. The West End production of The Mousetrap in London turns 70 years old this year and has broken pretty much every single record of longevity that has ever been set for a stage production.
The current cast of The Mousetrap features Ben Riddle, Nicole Agada, Clive Marlowe, Daniel Fraser, Philip Voyzey, Elliot Clay, Phoebe Newlan, Nicola Blackman, Essie Barrow, Damien Matthews, Sarah Moss, Sam Ebenezer, Stefan Gough, Jason Hall, Pamela Hardman, and Richard Parnwell. The Mousetrap is directed by Ian Talbot and has costume design from Janet Hudson Holt.
Following the big shutdown due to the pandemic, The Mousetrap was one of the first productions to reopen with socially distanced performances resuming from May 2021 but is thankfully now back to playing to full houses.
Performances of The Mousetrap are at St. Martin's Theatre.