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Witness for the Prosecution

You have been summoned for jury service...


Step inside the magnificent surroundings of London County Hall and experience the intensity and drama of Agatha Christie’s gripping story of justice, passion and betrayal in a unique courtroom setting.


Leonard Vole is accused of murdering a widow to inherit her wealth. The stakes are high - will Leonard survive the shocking witness testimony, will he be able to convince the jury, and you of his innocence and escape the hangman’s noose?


Don’t miss this landmark stage production on London’s Southbank.
SEE YOU IN COURT.

 

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Duration

ACT 1:
1 hour 15 mins INTERVAL: 20 mins

ACT 2:
45 mins

TOTAL:
2 hours 20 mins

Good To Know

This is an immersive production - the actors will be in the aisles although the audience will remain seated throughout.

Suitable For Children

PARENTAL GUIDANCE

What Should I Expect

At London County Hall, we have various Covid safety measures in place, including a brand new air ventilation system, large and spacious front of house areas, and more regular enhanced cleaning across the site.

For the safety and comfort of our audiences and staff, ticket holders will be strongly encouraged to wear face coverings when inside London County Hall.

Our new mechanical ventilation system introduces fresh, filtered air into the Chamber. All air is extracted at roof level, pulling air away from audiences. Used air is extracted straight to the outside and is not recirculated. Filters are changed as part of regular, routine maintenance and we have full control over the air system. Our lobby and bar areas provide audiences with large, spacious areas which are serviced by natural ventilation methods.

What's Included

All VIP tickets include a free programme with 2 free drinks. 

You will be given everything on arrival to the venue. Once you have their tickets you will be shown to a special VIP Jury Desk where you will receive your programme and drinks vouchers. All Jury Members should be in their seats 5 minutes prior to the start of the performance.

Times

Tuesdays 7.30pm

Wednesdays 7.30pm

Thursdays 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Fridays 7.30pm

Saturdays 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Sundays 3pm

Where Do I Go

Belevedere Road, London, SE1 7PB

Nearest Tube stations: Waterloo and Westminster

Nearest Main line station: Waterloo

London County Hall is situated on the South Bank of the River Thames beside the London Eye and the Westminster Bridge, and opposite the Houses of Parliament. The entrance of Witness for the Prosecution is located on Belvedere Road.

From Waterloo station follow exit signs towards Southbank/County Hall attractions and then follow signs to York Road and walk a few minutes along the road and County Hall will be on your left.

London County Hall

Latest customer reviews

  • An absolute must!

    4 June 2022

    This play was absolutely incredible! Very realistic and a fantastic setting!

    Nisey Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • 13 April 2022

    Absolutely fabulous!

    Suze Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Fantastic

    5 May 2018

    It was an amazing show. I really enjoyed it.

    Jennifer Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Excellent

    1 April 2018

    Typical Agatha Christie play but didn't expect a triple twist. The County Hall is the best venue for this type of play. Enjoyed it immensely. My only complaint is the £7 booking fee our group of 6 had to pay for each tickets through Ingresso which amounted to 6 tickets x £7.00 , a total of £42.00. An outrage!!

    Monica Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • Criminally good

    Daily Mail

  • A palatial interior fit for the QUEEN OF CRIME

    The Telegraph

  • THE PERFECT SETTING. A deliciously enjoyable revival.

    Time Out

  • "Agatha Christie’s INGENIOUS courtroom drama fits perfectly in County Hall"

    The Guardian