You have been summoned for jury service.
Leonard Vole is accused of murdering Emily French, an older woman, in attempt to inherit her wealth. Miss French made him her principal heir, which casts suspicion on Leonard.
The stakes are high! Will Leonard survive the shocking witness testimony? Is he able to convince the jury - and you - of his innocence and escape the hangman's noose? And more importantly: If Leonard didn't do it, then who did?
This famous and gripping story is written by crime fiction writer Agatha Christie and originally had a different title. The story was first published as a short story in 1925, later renamed Witness for the Prosecution in 1933, and in 1953 it was turned into a play. The story is so popular, that it has been created into TV-series, movies and has been performed in theatres several times and in different countries.
So, step inside the magnificent surroundings and experience the intensity and drama of Agatha Christie's story in a different setting: The setting of a real courtroom!
See you in court!