Mousetrap Tickets Available Until December 2013

Mousetrap is the World’s longest running play and has now announced that tickets are available to book right through until 21st December 2013 at St Martins Theatre, London – but don’t expect it to finish then!!  Legend has it that the plot changes, does it truly? Does the identity of the murderer change?  Perhaps more than one visit to this legendary play is necessary to check that “fact” out! For more information on the show, theatre, seating plan and to book tickets go to

Mousetrap is Agatha Christie’s legendry whodunit and continues to still bring in audiences after more than 50 years in the West End. How long can it run?  Is there a day when it will no longer be popular enough to continue?  While the reputation of this murder mystery masterpeice goes from strength to strength it seems an unlikely scenario that London’s West End will be without Mousetrap!  New generations of theatregoers are constantly tricked and teased by a plot with more twists than a really twisty thing!

A group of people gathered in a remote part of the countryside discover, to their horror, that there is a murderer in their midst. Who can it be? One by one the suspicious characters reveal their sordid pasts until at the last, nerve-shredding moment the identity and the motive are finally revealed.  A cracking yarn and an irresistible treat for amateur sleuths everywhere!

If you would like to make an evening of it we have theatre breaks available to combine a stay in one of our many London hotels, from 2* to 5*, with theatre tickets. For example, a 2* hotel for 2 adults with Upper Circle tickets during mid-July could cost you as little as £60 (prices depend on dates, hotel choice and tickets selected).  To see what you could choose go to our Theatre Breaks site and do your search for available tickets.

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