The longest-running show of any kind in the world, Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap opened at Eastbourne’s Congress Theatre on Monday night (September 9).
For its 60th birthday the production company launched a Diamond Anniversary Tour of 60 venues in 60 weeks.
The Mousetrap began life as radio play in 1952 and was adapted for stage and screen - with more than 25,000 performances by its 60th birthday.
Pictured during a break in rehearsals on Monday morning are, standing (left to right) Jon Woolf, Ryan Saunders, Chris Gilling; and seated (left to right)Ellie Jacobs, Jo Croll, Henry Luxenburg, Anne Kavanagh and Karl Howman. E37181P
The Mousetrap continues until Saturday (September 14), evenings 7.45pm plus 2.30pm matinees Thursday and Saturday.