Witness for the Prosecution
Who doesn’t love a good, riveting courtroom drama with plenty of mystery and thrill? And, when the said courtroom drama comes from a writer as legendary as Agatha Christie, it is bound to leave people fascinated and captivated. Now, imagine adding to that the appeal of a live and immersive performance. You’ve got yourself an absolute winner. Witness for the Prosecution -staged at the London County Hall promises the fun in spades...
The Edwardian Baroque style county hall located on the Southbank of London is all ready to host the hottest and most amazing story of the season. So make sure you plan a visit there soon. And before you go, book your seats to avoid any disappointment.
The Plot and the Experience
The story of the play follows a man called Leonard Vole, who is accused of murder. According to the prosecution, Vole has killed a wealthy widow in hopes of inheriting all her money and property. The problem is, Leonard pleads not guilty.
He desperately wants to convince the jury that he is innocent. And he is trying his best to do the same until a key witness comes to the stand. And once that witness has testified, it doesn’t look like Leonard can escape the punishment he was in for all along. But the final verdict remains to be seen, and you too will be a part of the decision in the live courtroom.
As you are sitting in the audience, the actor playing the role of Vole will try to convince you too of their innocence. You’ll feel like you’re the audience in an actual court of law and that you too, have a say in what happens. And if that already doesn’t sound tempting enough, hearing about the excellent reviews that the performance has received will surely tempt you to watch it.
Glowing Reviews Pour In
If there’s one thing every theatre lover knows, it’s that it’s not easy to please a theatre critic. But Witness for the Prosecution has managed to not only satisfy them but to leave them wanting to come back.
It has received fantastic reviews from some bigshot names like Time Out and The Arts Desk. The latter went so far as to call the show “guilty of being a good night out”. All thanks to this ultra-popular and unique production of Agatha Christie’s murder mystery.
Make sure you don’t miss out on the thrill and fun of being in an actual courtroom. Book your tickets right now to the County Hall and be prepared to witness unadulterated excellence.