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Opened in the Winter Garden Theatre in London on 28 October 1953. A young man is accused of the murder of an elderly woman he had befriended but, in the courtroom, he soon realises that he cannot rely on the testimony of his own wife - even to save his life! Step inside the magnificent surroundings of London County Hall and experience the intensity and drama of Agatha Christie's gripping story of justice, passion and betrayal in a unique courtroom setting.Performers Taz Skylar (Leonard Vole), Alexandra Guelff (Romaine Vole), Jo Stone-Fewings (Sir Wilfrid Robarts QC), Kevin McMonagle (Mr Myers QC), Jeffery Kissoon (Mr Justice Wainwright), Crispin Redman (Mr Mayhew), Amelia Annowska, Mark Grindrod, Timothy Harker, George Howard, Jane Lambert, Owen Oakeshott, Tom Shepherd, Vivienne Smith, Craig Talbot, Cathy Walker.
Author Agatha Christie. Producer Eleanor Lloyd Productions. Producer Rebecca Stafford Productions. Director Lucy Bailey. Design Willliam Dudley. Lighting Chris Davey. Sound Mic Pool. Director Ellie Collyer-Bristow (CDG - casting director).
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