Book The Mousetrap Theatre Breaks and you can play detective trying to figure out just Who Did It in Agatha Christie’s long running world famous murder mystery! And even after 64 years its famous secret is still surprisingly well kept. Now booking to January 2017!
“A truly entertaining classic.” Sunday Times
“One of the most skillfully written murder mysteries ever produced.” The Observer
Theatrebreaks.com says : “A fantastic piece of theatre which keeps you guessing right up until the final minute, but remember… keep the secret to yourself!”
You’d think audiences would know by now, but sixty-three years on and they’re still asking “Who dunnit?”
A group of people gathered together in a remote part of the countryside discover there is a murderer in their midst. The question, of course, is which one of them is the guilty party.
Agatha Christie’s classic thriller of a Theatre Break continues to be the world’s longest running show. The Mousetrap originally opened at the Ambassadors theatre in 1952, moved next door to its current home of St Martin’s in 1974 and in 2012 celebrated it’s amazing 60th year in the West End with a special performance featuring members of previous casts through-out the years.
Be a part of theatre history…
Where can I see The Mousetrap?
St Martin’s Theatre
How do I get there?
The nearest tube station is Leicester Square on the Piccadilly & Northern lines
When can I see it?
Opened : 25th November 1952
Booking to : 7th January 2017
What time does the show start?
Monday to Saturday at 1930; Tuesday 1500 & Saturday at 1600