Based on Agatha Christie’s timeless classic, Witness for the Prosecution is a gripping and deeply moving tale about justice, love and deception. Staged in a unique courtroom setting, this new production of Witness for the Prosecution will plunge you into the drama and create a truly unforgettable theatrical experience.
Directed by Lucy Bailey and supported by the Christie family, Witness for the Prosecution is showing at the London County Hall for three months. Step inside the court of justice and learn who is to blame for this unforgiving crime!
Running time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Recommended age: 10+
Set in 1920s London, the bloody muder of the glamorous Emily French takes place in a London townhouse. Having left her enormous fortune to young Leonard Vole, he becomes the prime suspect and is immediately arrested.
When the court date comes round, Leonard’s wife, Romaine, agrees to testify but instead of being in Leonard’s defense, she testifies as a witness for the prosecution. However, Romaine’s appearance in court is in fact part of a complex plan to prove his innocence.
Tickets for Witness for the Prosecution start at £15 but can be as expensive as £124.20. Showing in a Courtroom at London County Hall, the auditorium is divided into the Courtroom stalls, North Gallery, South Gallery, Central Gallery and Judge’s circle.
The best seats in the house are undoubtedly in the VIP Jury seat, right next to the Judge’s circle where you will be at the centre of the action. There are also more premium seats in the Court Room Stalls where viewing is excellent.
The most reasonable tickets can be found in the North Gallery and the South Gallery, where viewing is slightly restricted. However, you can still enjoy a fully immersive theatrical experience.
Groups of 8+ £42.50 on Band A and £32.50 on Band B and Band C Tue – Fri performances only.
Groups of 20+ £35 on Band A and £25 on Band B and Band C Tue – Fri performances only.
Educational groups of 8+ with a maximum of 50 (students and teachers) can buy Band B, Band C and Band D tickets at £21.50 in the gallery seats for Tue – Friday performances.
Located in the heart of the British political and juridical district, London County Hall is situated on the South Bank of the River Thames, close to the London Eye and the House of Parliament. While you can take either public transport or drive, public transport it much easier. This is the full address of the theatre:
Tube: Waterloo or Westminster are the nearest tube stations and are within walking distance (Jubilee, Northern, Bakerloo, District, Circle). Follow exit signs to York Road and then walk a few minutes until you reach the County Hall which will be on your left.
Train: the closest mainline train station is Waterloo.
Bus: You can take the 12, 53, 76, 77, 148, 159, 211, 341, 381, 453, 507, RV1, C10, as well as the N109, N155, N381
Car: there are three car parks located in the South Bank Area which are within walking distance.
We recommend that any access visitors book their seats in the Courtroom stalls as there is no lift to the Galleries and you will have to climb 33 steps up from the Chamber. The backroom of the Stalls has step free access because there is a lift.
There is also step free access from the Jubilee Line at Waterloo station and the Circle and District lines from Westminster.
If you have any questions about access before the performance, please contact the access team at: email@example.com
Witness for the Prosecution is showing at London Country Hall from 13th September 2020
7.30pm Tuesday - Saturday
2.30pm Thursday and Saturday
As one of Agatha Christie’s most renowned shows, it is extremely exciting that we can now enjoy a completely immersive experience with this unique adaptation in 2019/2020.
The Witness for Prosecution 2020 cast is:
Carolin Stoltz (Shetland, Emmerdale) playing Romaine Vole,Lewis Cope (Billy Elliot) as the accused Leonard Vole, Simon Dutton (The Saint) in the role of Sir Wilfrid Robarts, Giles Taylor (This House, Wolf Hall/ Bring Up The Bodies) playing Mr Myers QC, Michael Cochrane (The Archers) as Mr Justice Wainwright, Tim Frances (The 39 Steps) as Mr Mayhew, with Max Dinnen, Janet Fullerlove, Karlina, Grace-Paseda, Jessica Hole, Francesca Knight, Paul Lancaster, Nicholas Osmond, Joe Shire, Michael Weaver and Karl Wilson.
The New cast from May will be Carolin Stoltz (Shetland) as Romaine Vole, Lewis Cope (Billy Elliot) as the accused Leonard Vole, Simon Dutton (The Saint) as Sir Wilfrid Robarts, Giles Taylor (This House) as Mr Myers QC and Michael Cochrane (The Archers) as Mr Justice Wainwright, with Max Dinnen, Janet Fullerlove, Kara Grace-Paseda, Jessica Hole, Francesca Knight, Joe Shire, Paul Lancaster, Nicholas Osmond, Michael Weaver and Karl Wilson.
The Witness for the Prosecution is playing at London County Hall, a special courtroom setting.
The Witness for the Prosecution has a running time of 2 hours 15 minutes.
Based on Agatha Christie’s tale, the Witness for the Prosecution takes Leonard Vole to court on the suspicion of the bloody murderer of Emily French. Leonard’s wife agrees to testify, but instead of Leonard’s defense, she testifies as a witness for the prosecution...
No, the Witness for the Prosecution is not going on tour.
Agatha Christie wrote the Witness for the Prosecution.
Lucy Bailey directed the Witness for the Prosecution with the support of the Christie family.
The Witness for the Prosecution is showing in London until the 13th September 2020.
The Witness for the Prosecution is set in the Old Bailey in London.
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