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Witness for the Prosecution

You have been summoned for jury service...

A landmark new stage production of Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution takes place in London County Hall, planting audiences right in the centre of this gripping story of justice, passion, and betrayal.

Leonard Vole stands accused of murdering a widow in order to inherit her wealth, and the stakes are high: convince the jury – and the audience – of his innocence, or face the hangman’s noose. That is, after he’s survived the shocking witness testimony.

This production immerses the audience in a unique courtroom setting, complete with drama and intensity, on London’s Southbank.

See you in court.

Book your tickets for Witness for the Prosecution at the London County Hall today!

Accessibility

If you have any concerns regarding access, we strongly recommend you book your seats in the Courtroom Stalls:

  • There is no lift to the Galleries. 
  • The Galleries are up 33 steps from the Chamber. 
  • Gallery Seats are not suitable for those who have difficulties climbing stairs or are Vertigo sufferers. 
  • Gallery row A has narrow access to seats.
Cancellation Policy

No exchanges or refunds.

Duration

2 hours 15 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'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.

When Can I Go

6 October 2017 - 10 March 2018

7.30pm Tuesday - Saturday

2.30pm Thursday and Saturday

3pm Sunday

Where Do I Go

Belevedere Road, 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

  • A pleasure to be there

    25 February 2018

    Well worth the special trip from Yorkshire!!

    Michael Guest Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Inspired Venue

    24 February 2018

    The unique and historic venue really contributed to what was a fabulous experience. The sound was clear, actors presented themselves to everyone in the audience contributing to the 'immersive' experience. Well done players and directors...a most enjoyable evening. Thank you

    Aidan Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Witness for the prosecution

    23 February 2018

    Brilliant. Good ole Agatha Christie, forgotten how brilliant she was. We had the cheap seats and although it says restricted view it didn’t spoil the show at all we just had to lean a little at times. Excellent and it made it all the more special being in a real court. Well worth going to see.

    3 friends Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Excellent production

    23 February 2018

    Saw this last night and enjoyed every minute of the play. The ending was not what I was expecting so the whole thing kept us guessing what the twist would be. Typical Agatha Christie masterpiece. Acting was very good, quick, sharp and very convincing. The scenery removal/replacement was well coordinated and precise. A great evening of entertainment.

    Geolyn Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • "Criminally good"

    Daily Mail

  • "A palatial interior fit for the QUEEN OF CRIME"

    Daily Telegraph

  • "THE PERFECT SETTING. A deliciously enjoyable revival."

    Time Out

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

    The Guardian