Since its first performance on 6 October 1952, The Mousetrap continues to befuddle and entertain audiences in the West End - and worldwide.
This classic thriller, written by Agatha Christie, the longest running show, of any kind, in the world - yet the ending remains a closely guarded secret from those that haven’t seen it.
The Mousetrap is now in its 59th year during which time over 23,000 performances have been given. It is quite simply a great piece of theatrical history because of what it is, a whodunit written by the greatest crime writer of all time.
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 continues on the world’s longest run.
Why not combine this with our Agatha Christie-themed tour of the British Museum too?
- From £23.50
- St Martin's Theatre, London