"An Agatha Christie classic in an imposing setting"
-The Times-

"Ingenious courtroom drama fits perfectly in this debating chamber"
-The Guardian-

Witness for the Prosecution Tickets

Date of last version: April 2024

  1. How Much are Witness for the Prosecution Tickets?
  2. When Should I Book Tickets for Witness for the Prosecution?
  3. How Do I Get Last Minute Witness for the Prosecution Tickets?
  4. Where Should I Sit at Witness for the Prosecution?
  5. How To Get Cheap Witness for the Prosecution Matinee Tickets
  6. Where Can I Buy Discounted Witness for the Prosecution Tickets?
  7. Where to Buy Group Tickets for Witness for the Prosecution 
  8. Witness for the Prosecution Tickets and Hotel Packages 
  9. About Witness for the Prosecution Venue

1. How Much are Witness for the Prosecution Tickets?

Agatha Christie is known as the best-selling author of all time, having written over 60 fictional novels centred around detectives, crime and murders. This highly rated, 5-star play that takes place in London County Hall is a nail-biter, as the accused attempts to convince the audience of his innocence. The gripping story of passion and betrayal is the first of its kind, with fans of Christie’s work flocking to London to experience this thriller live. Due to the popularity of the show, tickets start as low as £15 and can reach highs of over £160.

It’s harder to grab cheap tickets for Witness for the Prosecution due to the smaller auditorium than a typical West End play, but there are options including promotions such as London Theatre Week and New Year’s Sales, under-26 deals and comparing prices. The weekends and bank holidays are typically the busiest times to visit, so these may not be included, but it’s always worth checking! 

If you’re not sure how to find discounted Witness for the Prosecution tickets, we have you covered. Below we have pulled together a jam-packed guide to finding the best seats within your budget. 

2. When Should I Book Tickets for Witness for the Prosecution?

The play typically has good availability a couple of months out, however, if you’re hoping to see the thriller over one of its busiest times, such as the weekend or a bank holiday, we recommend booking in advance. These dates typically sell out earlier and prices can vary depending on demand. 

Booking an off-peak performance between Tuesday and Thursday can save you money on tickets. Mid-week performances can be up to 6% cheaper than weekend tickets. This is a great way to save money if you’re flexible with when you can visit. 

If you’re under the age of 26, the theatre offers heavily discounted tickets for £25 for performances on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. This offers younger people the chance to grab a great seat for up to 65% off the original price. We recommend booking these tickets a few weeks in advance, as there’s only a limited amount available. You can find out more about this offer here

It’s not always possible to find discounted Witness for the Prosecution tickets. Still, we recommend checking seasonal promotions including London Theatre Week and New Year’s Sales, as sometimes you can grab a discount for the show. 

3. How Do I Get Last Minute Witness for the Prosecution Tickets?

If you’re on the hunt for cheap last-minute Witness for the Prosecution tickets, there are a few ways you can find them. If you’re already in London, head to the TKTS booth in Leicester Square or the theatre's box office. Not in London just yet? You can check the TKTS online listings for same-day ticket discounts. 

Rush tickets are available through the TodayTix app. Every performance day, the app releases a handful of tickets priced at £25 on a first-come-first-serve basis. We recommend signing up the day before and setting an alert for when the tickets are released to increase your chances of grabbing a pair! 

The box office might discount unsold tickets on the day of a performance, although this is not guaranteed, especially for cheaper-priced tickets and during peak visiting times such as weekends and bank holidays. We recommend booking ahead to avoid disappointment on the day, especially if Witness for the Prosecution is a must-do for you when visiting London. It’s best to research ticket prices beforehand to ensure you’re getting the best prices. 

4. Where Should I Sit at Witness for the Prosecution?

Knowing where to sit within your budget when booking theatre tickets can be one of the hardest parts, especially if the venue is unique like London County Hall. We’ve compiled a list of the top 5 seats at London County Hall for under £60. All of these seat views have been left by real people and are rated 4 stars or above on SeatPlan. 

Insider Tip: Check SeatPlan’s London County Hall seating plan when you book. Theatregoers have added their photos of the stage and ratings for seats across the auditorium to help you book. 

  1. South Gallery B13 (from £47) is one of the cheaper seats in the venue with a view of all the action on stage
View from seat South Gallery B13 at London County Hall for the production of Witness for the Prosecution
  1. North Gallery A34 (from £47) gives a great view of the stage and the jury with no action missed
View from seat North Gallery A34 at London County Hall for the production of Witness for the Prosecution
  1. Central Gallery D23 (from £35.10) is on the very back row of the auditorium but offers a great overview of all the action 
View from seat Central Gallery D23 at London County Hall for the production of Witness for the Prosecution
  1. North Gallery C39 (from £17.90) gives a great view of the stage. You cannot see the judge but don’t let this deter you from booking
View from seat North Gallery C39 at London County Hall for the production of Witness for the Prosecution
  1. Central Gallery B22 (from £47) offers a great central view of the stage, judge and the jury
View from seat Central Gallery B22 at London County Hall for the production of Witness for the Prosecution

5. How To Get Cheap Witness for the Prosecution Matinee Tickets

The play has two matinees per week on Thursdays and Saturdays, with both afternoon performances starting at 2.30pm.  

If you’re flexible with when you can visit, we recommend booking tickets to a Thursday matinee as mid-week matinees are usually cheaper than those on a weekend. At the time of writing, the matinee on Thursday 15th June is up to 20% cheaper than the same seat on Saturday 17th June - only a few days later. 

Tickets for Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall on Thursday 13th June at 2:30 pm. Seats Courtroom Stalls Row D X Seat 86
Tickets for Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall on Saturday 15th June at 2:30 pm. Seats Courtroom Stalls Row D X Seat 86

This isn’t always the case, especially during peak times such as bank holidays, so it’s good to shop around before purchasing tickets. 

6. Where Can I Buy Discounted Witness for the Prosecution Tickets?

We’ve mentioned how to find discounted Witness for the Prosecution tickets above, however, there may be a few other options available, which we have listed below. 

Witness for the Prosecution Access Discounts

The venue has partnered with Nimbus Disability and the Access Card to offer the best possible service for theatregoers. If you’re purchasing an access and carer or companion ticket, the rate will be half the price of a full-price ticket. To book, you’ll need to contact access@kxtickets.com.

Other Witness for the Prosecution Discount Tickets

We recommend bookmarking sites such as Love Theatre and lastminute.com, as they sometimes have some great Witness for the Prosecution discounts. The sites often have savings that aren’t available at the box offices. Or, if you want to get alerts on the latest discounts straight to your inbox, you can sign up to our mailing list

2 for 1 Witness for the Prosecution Tickets

There aren’t currently any 2-for-1 deals on tickets to the musical, but if you follow our other tips, you should be able to save money on your trip to the theatre. 

7. Where to Buy Group Tickets for Witness for the Prosecution 

Various discounts are available for group bookings including:

  • Groups of 8+: from £35.50 (Tuesday - Friday)
  • Groups of 10+: from £32.50 (Thursday matinee only)
  • Groups of 20+: from £27.50 (Thursday - Friday)
  • School groups of 8+: from £18.50 (Tuesday - Thursday, maximum of 50 students and teachers)

All ticket prices mentioned above are subject to availability and exclusions also apply. Find out more information on how to book group tickets to Witness for the Prosecution here.

8. Witness for the Prosecution Tickets and Hotel Packages 

With the musical being extremely popular with fans, tourists and Londoners, there are a few hotels and show packages available. 

TheatreBreaks Witness for the Prosecution Tickets and Hotel

Wowcher Witness for the Prosecution Tickets and Hotel

As the theatre is in the centre of London, there is a wide range of hotels in the area to suit a range of different budgets. 

9. About Witness for the Prosecution Venue

Witness for the Prosecution is currently playing at London County Hall, which is a short walk from Waterloo, Westminster and Embankment tube and train stations. The venue is beside the London Eye and Westminster Bridge, opposite the Houses of Parliament, making it easy to get to from most places in the city. 

As London County Hall is centrally located, there are a range of restaurants and shops in the surrounding areas, from high dining to fast-food restaurants. If you’d like a sit-down meal before the play, we recommend booking in advance as the area is a tourist hot spot and can get very busy, especially during peak visiting hours. 

The venue has one bar which opens an hour before the performance starts and offers a selection of alcoholic and soft beverages as well as sweet and savoury snacks. Only food purchased from the bar can be consumed in the venue, so bear this in mind before entering. 

The venue has no cloakrooms, so the theatre advises not bringing luggage or large bags. At the Premier Inn across from London County Hall, you can store your larger belongings for as little as £6. To find out more information, head to Stasher.com. 

Doors open an hour before the performance starts and the venue advises arriving as soon as they open to avoid queues and allow their staff to check tickets and bags. The show is 2 hours and 15 minutes long, including a 20-minute interval. This is good to bear in mind, especially when planning your travel home. 

Date of last version: April 2024

Disclaimer: Please note that all offers, discounts and prices are subject to change and may expire or be discontinued. All prices listed were correct at the time of writing. Sign up to our list for future Witness for the Prosecution offers.

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Playing at

London County Hall
London County Hall
London
SE1 7PB
Seating Plan

London County Hall seating plan

Booking period

SHOW OPENED:
14th Sep 2021

BOOKING FROM:
14th Jun 2024

BOOKING UNTIL:
30th Mar 2025

Running time

Will be confirmed when show opens

Children

Best for age 10+. Babes in arms not admitted