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Agatha Christie was a prolific writer, only outsold by Shakespeare and the Bible. Her most famous play, The Mousetrap , is still running in London 67 years after it first opened and now holds the record for the longest running play in the world. A classic whodunnit, the plot is typical of Christie. We meet all the characters connected with the case and learn their motives and thoughts while we try to solve the case alongside the police. The interval is a buzz of inquisition, trying to pool facts and observations from the first half to take a guess and who the murderer is and why.
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Hugely fun site-specific revival of this Agatha Christie courtroom drama. In her lifetime, crime writer extraordinaire Agatha Christie wrote 16 plays and a massive 73 novels., Great experience sitting in the jury seat, where we were sworn in prior to the start of the show.
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That creates a problem in writing a review of this phenomenal show. It almost creates a fight club mentality. The view of the County Hall works perfectly for a Courtroom Drama. The staging of this play and phenomenal sound design create a very tense atmosphere and help to pull the audience in even more. When this character entered the courtroom, he took control of the stage, making it difficult to take your eyes off him. Romaine Vole, the somewhat titular character in the piece, was performed superbly by Emma Rigby in her West End stage debut. This is a mammoth of a role, with very little time off stage.
What a brilliant idea director Lucy Bailey and designer William Dudley have had. This is exactly the kind of fictional trial that Agatha Christie cooks up in her beautifully constructed court room thriller. The perfect ingredients are combined to make a persuasive cause celebre; the glamour of a good looking defendant and his exotic wife, the whiff of illicit extra-marital sex and the brutality of the crime - a blow to the back of the head. The central figure is barrister Sir Wilfrid Robarts charismatically played by Jasper Britton with the slightest hint that his exuberance is slightly unhinged. We first meet him in his study as he encounters Leonard Vole and his alleged crimes. With the twinkle and panache of Sherlock Holmes unravelling a particularly knotty case he seizes the opportunity of clearing the boys name against all the odds as a thrilling challenge, risking his reputation on his ability to sway a jury. I can reveal nothing more of the plot without spoiling it for you, but suffice to say there are plenty of engaging twists and turns on the journey to the truth.