23 MARCH 2020

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Article from BTNews 23 MARCH 2020

AND FINALLY: It had to happen

The Mousetrap finally closed!

Mama Mia too!

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Paul Kay, London, UK

"Whodunnit" ? ....that Malcolm Ginsberg....Where was he on 6th October 1962 with his shifty eyes..."Running The Best Travel News Mag BTN by post" ....a likely story!!


Malcolm ginsberg, London

“The Mousetrap” opened 6 October 1962 and closed Monday 16 March 2020 setting a record as the world’s longest running play. Written by Agatha Christie the ‘who dun it’ featured Richard Attenborough and his wife Sheila Sim in the original West End production. A film has never been made as under the contract terms of the play, no film adaptation can be produced until the West End production has been closed for at least six months. The secret of the killer stays in the St Martin’s Theatre!


Tony Tyler, Hong Kong

Oh no! I was taken by the parents of a primary school friend, so I must have been among the first to see it in around 1962. After all this time I can’t remember who dunnit!


Graham Scott, UK

They closed the Mousetrap? Whodunnit?


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