The unique courtroom setting of Witness For The Prosecution has immersed hundreds of theatregoers in a nail-biting life-or-death trial over the past few months. But how did London County Hall become the site of a critically acclaimed, Olivier Award-nominated thriller?
To explain the site’s transformation from courtroom to theatre, we caught up with the creatives behind the show, who revealed some crafty construction and ingenious tricks behind the show as part of our Road To The Oliviers series.
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Based in a unique court room setting inside London’s County Hall, Agatha Christie’s Witness For The Prosecution is a landmark production of a gripping story of justice, passion and betrayal.
Directed by Lucy Bailey (Comus, The Graduate), Witness For The Prosecution is a thrilling roller coaster of a play which opens in The Chamber, and sees audiences subject to the intensity and drama of a fiercely contested trial.
Witness For The Prosecution is currently booking until 16 September.