Plaque

The Mousetrap

Inscription

The Mousetrap
The world's longest running play had its 50th anniversary performance at this Theatre on November 25 2002.
By Agatha Christie

Site: The Mousetrap (1 memorial)

WC2, West Street, St Martins Theatre

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The Mousetrap

Subjects commemorated i

The Mousetrap

The world's longest running play - still going in 2013.  Written by Agatha Ch...

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St Martin's Theatre

Designed by Sprague, this theatre is one of a pair (the other being the Ambas...

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Agatha Christie

Detective novelist and playwright.  Born in Torquay, into a well-off family, ...

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