Why you need to see Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall
The thought of testifying in court may send fear down your spine. But, there’s no need to worry about being called to the stand at Witness for the Prosecution, Agatha Christie’s courtroom drama where you’ll be able to make your verdict on an unfolding case. Court is in session now, so take your seat with Witness for the Prosecution tickets.
Head to court at Witness for the Prosecution
What happens in Witness for the Prosecution?
Leonard Vole wants to clear his name, and fast. He’s charged with murdering Emily French, an older woman who was involved closely in his personal life. So, when court proceedings finally take place, doubts are cast upon Vole’s alibi. But, when his wife, Romaine, testifies in court, will she provide the missing piece of the puzzle to solve the case?
Why should I see Witness for the Prosecution?
Performed inside a courtroom that once saw leading lawyers and high-profile cases inside, Witness for the Prosecution captures the drama of a high-profile case in real life alongside the decades of legal history that have taken place inside its walls. When booking your seats for this immersive court drama, you’ll be able to select jury seats too, so if your dreams of jury service haven’t been fulfilled yet, then let the West End make that happen for you! Team up this glorious setting with the iconic writing style known in Agatha Christie’s dramas and this production of Witness for the Prosecution is a match made in heaven.
How many times has Witness for the Prosecution been performed?
Witness for the Prosecution began previews at London County Hall on 6th October 2017, ahead of an official opening on 23rd October 2017. Since then, Witness for the Prosecution has enjoyed a continuous run; the show even celebrated its 1000th performance milestone on 29th February 2020. It’s currently at London County Hall until 13th September 2020, so there’s plenty more opportunities to take your seat in court and be on the jury for Leonard Vole’s case.
Where are performances of Witness for the Prosecution?
Witness for the Prosecution is at London County Hall, located on Belvedere Road (SE1 7PB). If you’re heading to Witness for the Prosecution, Waterloo is the nearest train station and underground station, on the Jubilee, Northern and Bakerloo lines.
Can I travel to London County Hall by tube?
Where should I sit at London County Hall?
With only 210 seats in court, every seat at London County Hall offers an excellent view of the court proceedings taking place, so you’ll be able to cast your verdict on whether Vole is innocent or guilty.
Want to make sure you’re close up? Book seats in the court room stalls, where you might be fortunate enough to have the judges sat next to you.
There’s also gallery seating for Witness for the Prosecution theatregoers too, meaning you can watch the case unfold without the watchful eyes of those testifying.
When you book Witness for the Prosecution tickets with us, you’ll be able to choose your seats from an interactive seating plan, so you’ll be able to see every seat available for your desired performance.
What restaurants are near Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall?
Looking to dine out before seeing Witness for the Prosecution? Why not reserve your table at these restaurants. They’re close to the venue, so you’ll be able to enjoy a meal out and be at the theatre in no time at all.
|Byron – Waterloo||Proper hamburgers, made to a unique recipe of chuck, brisket & rib cap for maximum flavour.||5:30pm|
|Sports Bar and Grill Waterloo||Fabulous food using the freshest ingredients all prepared and cooked from an open kitchen.||1:00pm / 6:00pm|