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I love going to plays, especially slightly morbid ones. So it was about high time I saw “The Mousetrap” at St. Martins Theatre, a murder mystery play by Agatha Christie with a surprising twist ending. Opening in 1952 and continuing up until today, it is the longest running play in history.

We saw performance number 24,162!

Being students, we had cheap seats in the upper circle:

With no leg space:

Cool ceiling:

A picture of the stage borrowed off the internet:

It was a very entertaining and suspenseful play with both humorous and spine-chilling moments, and we had great fun guessing who the killer was! (We got it wrong of course, but then again we were dealing with the mastermind of Agatha Christie). Lovely way to spend a cold November evening.

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