Who killed the woman in London? The once-serene and stately Monkswell Manor becomes a dark haven filled with mystery, anger, betrayal, and lies as any of its transient residents could have been the suspect. It can be the army major, the newlyweds, or the eccentric man with an overturned car.

This is Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap”, one of her biggest crime thrillers that was famously adopted into a theatrical play which is the longest running show, of any kind, in the world.  To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the London run, The Mousetrap played to sell out crowds in its first professional run in Australia.  As the curtains open to the sound of a dying woman and the committed crime, audiences are taken to a wild ride of guessing game.

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