‘Witness for the Prosecution’ announces new cast; tickets available through April 2024
Harry Giubileo will make his West End debut as Leonard Vole in the courtroom play. The Agatha Christie drama continues at London County Hall.
Harry Giubileo will make his West End debut as Leonard Vole. Madeleine Walker takes over as Romaine Vole, with Nick Sampson as Mr. Myers QC, and Terence Wilton as Mr. Justice Wainwright. Jo Stone-Fewings and Crispin Redman continue as Sir Wilfrid Robarts QC and Mr. Mayhew.
Bradley Adams, Nick Morrison Baker, Theo Holt-Bailey, Dafydd Gwyn Howells, Ben Jacobson, Caitlin Kaur, Don Klass, Godiva Marshall, Phoebe Newlan, Jo Servi, David Shelley and Tracey Wilkinson complete the company.
During Witness for the Prosecution, Vole must convince the jury he’s innocent, but it’s proved difficult when his wife Romaine is called to the stand. In a Witness for the Prosecution review, we said: "When Witness for the Prosecution premiered in 1953, it was one of Agatha Christie's proudest moments. This new production of her play focuses on that courtroom element, transforming London County Hall into the historic Old Bailey."
Lucy Bailey directs, with design by William Dudley, lighting design by Chris Davey, and sound design by Mic Pool.
Witness for the Prosecution is at London County Hall.
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Photo credit: Witness for the Prosecution (Photo courtesy of production)
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