Witness for the Prosecution extends booking period at London County Hall
Witness for the Prosecution follows the case of Leonard Vole, as he is charged with the murder of Emily French. When Leonard’s wife takes to the stand to testify, the play follows Leonard as he tries to convince the jury of his innocence.
The play marks the inaugural production to be staged inside a unique courtroom setting at London County Hall.
It has also been announced that a new cast will join Witness for the Prosecution from 28th May 2019.
Lewis Cope will play Leonard Vole, making his adult West End debut after starring in Billy Elliot as Michael. Carolin Stoltz joins as Romaine Vole, with television credits including Eastenders and The Café. They are joined by Simon Dutton as Sir Wilfrid Robarts, Giles Taylor as Mr Myers QC and Michael Cochrane as Mr Justice Wainwright.
Max Dinnen, Janet Fullerlove, Kara Grace-Paseda, Jessica Hole, Francesca Knight, Joe Shire, Paul Lancaster, Nicholas Osmond, Michael Weaver and Karl Wilson also join the cast.
Tickets for the extended booking period for Witness for the Prosecution will go on sale at 10am on 28th February, with performances scheduled until 29th March 2020.
Witness for the Prosecution tickets for performances to 1st September 2019 are available now.
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