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The longest running stage play in the world, Agatha Christie's classic murder mystery drama The Mousetrap has been keeping West End audiences guessing for over 60 years.

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See The Mousetrap at the Manchester Opera House

The longest running stage play in the world, Agatha Christie's classic murder mystery drama The Mousetrap has been keeping West End audiences guessing for over 60 years. The Mousetrap tickets are available now right here at TickX.

Celebrating its diamond anniversary back in 2012, The Mousetrap is not just a classic; the supremely entertaining murder mystery play is a West End institution and its stupendous success has made it a fundamental part of the experience of visiting London.

St. Martin's Theatre has been the Mousetrap's London home since 1974, having started life on the West End at the smaller Ambassadors Theatre in 1952. Although the play has now been running for decades, audiences still haven't figured out whodunnit by now, making this a murder that's been investigated more than any other!

Watch as Detective Sergeant Trotter tries to get to the bottom of poor Maureen Lyon's murder at the guest house the Monkswell Manor during the dead of winter. The original West End cast featured Richard Attenborough as Det. Sgt. Trotter, and his wife Sheila Sim as the guest house's co-owner Mollie Ralston. Since then, the cast is now changed each year at the time of its anniversary, making it a good gig for many up-and-coming actors.

After over 25,000 performances, The Mousetrap shows no signs of leaving the West End yet. Neither does the clock on the mantelpiece of the fireplace in the main hall - the one prop that remains from the Mousetrap's original 1952 production.

Head along to St. Martin's Theatre today to enjoy this classic murder mystery tale, or catch it whenever it's on tour near you. Wherever you wander into The Mousetrap, make sure to keep the murderer's identity secret! Don't delay - you can pick up The Mousetrap tickets right here at TickX now.


The Cast

Emma Deegan

Emma Deegan

Mollie Ralston

Rob Heanley

Rob Heanley

Giles Ralston

Timothy O'hara

Timothy O'hara

Christopher Wren

Eunice Roberts

Eunice Roberts

Mrs Boyle

Laurence Kennedy

Laurence Kennedy

Major Metcalf

Jocasta King

Jocasta King

Miss Casewell

Philip Cox

Philip Cox

Mr Paravicini

Eddie Eyre

Eddie Eyre

Detective Sergeant Trotter

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Venue Details

The Manchester Opera House is one of most popular theatre venues in the city. Its classical façade and renowned programme of shows have made the Manchester Opera House one of the most distinctive and high output commercial touring theatres.

Along with its sister venue The Palace Theatre, the Opera House attracts all the hottest touring musicals, ballet, concerts and pantomimes to the North of England. It has seen many premieres such as & Juliet and Back to the Future the Musical, as well as hosting huge touring shows like Motown the Musical, The King and I and the English National Ballet’s Manon.

The Manchester Opera House originally opened under the name the New Theatre in 1912 before it was renamed the Manchester Opera House in 1920. The theatre operated for almost sixty years before it was closed in 1979, spending the next five years being used as a bingo hall. Thankfully the Manchester Opera House was acquired by the Palace Trust in 1984 and returned to its original function as a theatre where it's thrived ever since.

The Manchester Opera House has a storied history of presenting musicals in particular as the site of West Side Story’s European premiere in 1958 and the regional debut of The Phantom of the Opera in 1993. If you find yourself with an evening spare and fancy tapping your toes to your favourite songs, the Manchester Opera House will help you do just that.


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Performance Information

Performance times: Monday - Saturday at 7:30pm, Tuesdays at 3pm and Saturdays at 4pm Running time: 2 hours 20 minutes

Signed performance on October 20th 2017


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