Agatha Christie’s popular play ‘The Mousetrap’, returns to the West End, complete with rigorous social-distancing measures.
The Mousetrap is one of the most famous whodunnits in the world, having been enjoyed by London theatregoers since 25th November 1952. But the real mystery of the world’s longest-running theatre show is, who did it? Giles and Mollie Ralston run a hotel in the country, but when a snowstorm hits the area they find themselves far busier than expected. They open the doors to more guests than usual, but a phone call from the local police changes the tone. A dangerous murderer is on the loose, and all of a sudden, they can’t trust anyone.
Two sets of casts have been announced to perform The Mousetrap. The first company features Olivier winner Cassidy Janson (& Juliet) as Mollie Ralston, Danny Mac as Giles Ralston, Alexander Wolfe as Christopher Wren, Susan Penhaligon as Mrs. Boyle, Derek Griffiths as Maj. Metcalf, Lizzie Muncey as Miss Casewell, David Rintoul as Mr. Paravicini, and Paul Hilliar as Detective Sgt. Trotter.
The second company features Kate Tydman as Mollie Ralston, Nicholas Bailey as Giles Ralston, Joshua Griffin as Christopher Wren, Louise Jameson as Mrs. Boyle, Paul Bradley as Maj. Metcalf, Sarah Moss as Miss Casewell, Tony Timberlake as Mr. Paravicini, and Charlie Clements as Detective Sgt. Trotter.
Don’t miss this beloved and brilliant play in Seven Dials.
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