Witness for the Prosecution to run at London County Hall

A brand new production Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie opens at London County Hall later this year.

Set in a courtroom, the piece will be directed by Lucy Bailey and has designs by William Dudley, lighting by Chris Davey and sound by Mic Pool. It marks the first major production of a Christie play to open in London since the 1960s.

Witness for the Prosecution sees Leonard Vole accused of murdering a widow to inherit her wealth.


Christie's great grandson, James Prichard said: "It is really exciting to see this innovative approach to one of my great grandmother's best plays. The amazing setting of County Hall will help raise the production to great heights, and with Lucy Bailey directing it will be a must-see theatre event."

Witness for the Prosecution runs at County Hall from 23 October to 11 March, with previews from 6 October.

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