The long running play has confirmed that it will be welcoming audiences back to St Martin’s Theatre from the 17th May with two sets of casting.

Agatha Christie’s play will be returning to the West End stage from next month for the first time since theatre’s were closed last year, with two different casts for the production announced.

This new all-star company is set to include: Danny Mac, Cassidy Janson,Nicholas Bailey, Derek Griffiths, David Rintoul, Charlie Clements, Susan Penhaligon, Paul Bradley and Louise Jameson. The casts are completed by Joshua Griffin, who will be making his West End debut in The Mousetrap, Paul Hilliar (UK Tours of Tabby McTat, Much Ado About Nothing and Richard III), Sarah Moss (theatre includes Noises Off at The Old Vic and The Lion in Winter at Theatre Royal Haymarket), Lizzie Muncey (Beauty and the Beast and Twelfth Night, both at the National Theatre), Tony Timberlake (Chicago, Hairspray, Cats, Les Miserables in the West End), Kate Tydman (Top Girls at the National Theatre and West End productions of Evita, Mary Poppins and Cats) and Alexander Wolfe (BBC’s In the Club). Check the website to find out which cast will be performing when.

With performances on sale now, the performances from the 17th May until the 4th July are on sale with social distancing, with full capacity performances taking place as soon as the government gives the go ahead.

Talking about the news, Adam Spiegel, the producer of The Mousetrap, said: ““I am thrilled today to announce the award winning company of actors that have assembled to lead The Mousetrap back to the West End. The production is an enduring symbol of London theatre and I hope that its return signifies the first steps in the restoration of live theatre in London. I am so pleased that these hugely accomplished performers have chosen to participate in this historic moment.”

As news spreads of a murder in London, a group of seven strangers find themselves snowed in at Monkswell Manor, a stately countryside guesthouse. When a police sergeant arrives, the guests discover – to their horror – that a killer is in their midst. One by one, the suspicious characters reveal their sordid pasts. Which one is the murderer? Who will be their next victim?

The Mousetrap is set to celebrate 70 years in the West End in 2022 and will be directed by Ian Talbot with costume supervision by Janet Hudson Holt, company stage management by Graham Ray and deputy stage management by Becky Kensington.

For more information and to book tickets visit: https://uk.the-mousetrap.co.uk/