Today: June 20, 2024

You have been summoned for jury service

Now extended until September, celebrate the upcoming anniversary of Billy Wilder’s acclaimed cinema adaptation of Witness for the Prosecution – available now on BBC iPlayer – with a trip to the beautiful London County Hall for a truly immersive and downright unforgettable night of theatre that brings the story to life like never before.

Since opening in September 2017, this celebrated production of Agatha Christie’s beloved courtroom thriller has captured the imagination of thousands with the gripping case of Leonard Vole, accused of murder in cold blood. Director Lucy Bailey places the audience in the thick of the action in the historic London County Hall, as the innovative production unfolds in an immersive courtroom setting. 

Winning critical and popular acclaim alike, Witness for the Prosecution was nominated for Best Revival at the 2018 Olivier and WhatsOnStage Awards and continues to enthrall and compel audiences. With the run now extended, there are no excuses not to attend court and witness the case of Leonard Vole in one of the most unique and exciting theatre productions in recent memory.

Tickets and more information on WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION can be found here

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