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In fact, if I was ever shipwrecked on a desert island I reckon I could probably make a working version of Mousetrap out of flotsam, and maybe a bit of jetsam, to pass the time until I had to start eating my own legs.
LONG RUNNER Anna Andresen, Oliver Gully and Tony Boncza in touring production of The Mousetrap
Agatha Christie presented the Ambassador Theatre with a mousetrap and mouse to display in the foyer when the play reached its 2,534th performance in 1959.
As well as the history-making UK tour, Mousetrap Productions has also licensed 60 productions of The Mousetrap worldwide to mark six decades of the play.
The overall winners in each category will be announced at the 14th Annual Golden Mousetrap Awards ceremony and reception which takes place on Tuesday, February 10, 2015 at the Anaheim Marriot in Anaheim, California.
The Mousetrap offers a night of pure murder mystery escapism from the undisputed queen of the art.
The Mousetrap, starring Richard Attenborough and his wife Sheila Sim, was performed in Leeds in 1952 - a vintage visitors' book belonging to Leeds Grand, that dates back to 1945, proudly records the arrival of the famous actors.
Mousetrap Productions has licensed 60 productions of e Mousetrap world-wide to mark the 60th year, and many of these have also broken their records, from Cape Town to Philadelphia, Singapore to Sydney.
We are getting to see Ghost, the award-winning musical, based on the hit Patrick Swayze film, just a year after its West End debut, while we've been waiting 60 years to see Agatha Christie's classic thriller The Mousetrap.
Those characteristics were on show last weekend at St Martin's Theatre in London's West End, for the 25,000th performance of Christie's The Mousetrap.
Now Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a UK tour which visits Wales.
M ATHEW Pritchard has reason to be happy with a gift that has lasted more than 50 years - his grandmother Agatha Christie presented him with the rights to her record-breaking murder mystery The Mousetrap.