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C Reidy from Bournemouth
SUSPENSE TO THE END
Lovely quaint theatre excellent actors /actresses truly didn't work out who did it . Fantastic night out .
Marian from Liverpool
FUN, A BIT DAFT, VERY WELL DONE.
I'm not a huge fan of Christie, but this play delivered. It was much fun, with laughs out loud, clichés, overacting in a good way, a bit cheesy and camp, but not too much. It was a proper story and well played. We enjoyed the costumes and period touches. we didn't guess whodunit! I would go again. I think all sorts of people would enjoy it.
Richard from St. Matthews, SC US
My wife and I attended the Nov. 19, 2009 performance, seated in the fourth row. We expected a really well-scripted murder mystery and came away with a far better impression than the description given. It wasn't simply good, it was excellent! I've worked with law enforcement for more than 10 years. This play kept me guessing up to the end. And even then, I'd guessed wrongly. You won't be disappointed. And you're seeing a record-setter to boot.
Sc from Worcestershire
THE MOUSETRAP ENTERTAINED US
The performance was brilliant. Amusing, captivating and very professional entertainment. I would highly recommend everyone to see it. It seems as though it is part of our heritage .
A. Benoit from Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
TO ALL AGATHE CHRISTIE FANS...
To anyone who has every been an Agathe Christie fan this is a must see. The theatre is the perfect venue with all it's character. The play itself is typical A. Christie. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Brent from Salt Lake City, UT USA
CHEESY BUT REALLY GOOD FUN!
The Mousetrap delivered exactly what we expected. Sure it was a little cheesy, but it was great fun. The cast was excellent and the smallish theater provided a great atmosphere for a whodoneit.
Martine from The Netherlands
I have seen this play about 8 years ago. I was only 14 years old when I saw it, and my english wasn't that good yet. Though I enjoyed the play and venue. A lovely old theater and the play was even interesting for me and my younger brother who was at that time 11 years old. I have very good memories about watching the play.
Em from oxford, uk
BORRING BUT QUAINT
Not the most gripping of murder mysteries. Found the first 45 mins incredibly borring, so much so that we couldn't wait for the interval so that we could leave. However, we persevered. A very quaint little play ,however, quite annoying over acting in places especially by the character "Christopher" this may be in keeping with the era of the setting of the play. If you want a Miss Marple or a Poroit, forget it.
Catherine Jones from USA
LONG WINDED AND BORING
I was expecting a gripping drama of a who dunnit and was really disappointed by its lack of suspense. I also nodded off at one point as it just seemed to go on and on. The seats were very uncomfortable and leg room was very limited. The theatre has character.I expected a lot more from an Agatha Christie play and cant believe it has been running for so long! There was no change of scenery set either
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