The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie
Toulouse Comedy Players
"The Mousetrap" was first presented by Peter Saunders at the Ambassadors Theatre, London WC2, on 25th November, 1952 with Richard Attenborough playing the role of Detective Sergeant Trotter. The world's longest-running play now takes place at St. Martin's Theatre, being just next door to the original venue. Remarkably, the original set design has only changed once and this being in 1965. Over the years and to the present day, many actors have filled these infamous roles. Of late, and to celebrate the production's 60th Diamond Anniversary, such names as Julie Walters, Hugh Bonneville, Miranda Hart and Patrick Stewart have put on the "The Mousetrap" shoes. Set in the Great Hall of Monkswell Manor, Giles and Mollie Ralston are excitedly looking forward to receiving their first and rather unusual guests for an overnight stay. A classic Agatha Christie tale ensues in what turns out to be a weekend of murder and mystery! We are so looking forward to returning to a place and time where the Toulouse Comedy Players are able to welcome you, our audience, once again for an evening or afternoon of fun and laughter.
"The Mousetrap" by Agatha Christie
is presented by special arrangement with
SAMUEL FRENCH LTD a Concord Theatricals Company
Our production of "The Mousetrap" by Agatha Christie is awaiting confirmation of our venue reservation in order to be able to perform in June, 2022.
The play is fully cast for production in June 2022. We shall, however, be requiring help with hair, lighting and sound, bar and front of house/welcome.
Salle du Quai, Centre Social et Culturel,
1 Impasse de la Gare - 31820 PIBRAC
There are no fees for this activity.
More About the Activity Group
The idea for "Toulouse Comedy Players" (TCP) was conceived in 2011 and, having been invited to join TMA31, the group first performed in 2012 at the TMA31 Christmas show and in 2013/2014 at the end-of-year TMA31 charity shows. With the help of TMP (Théâtre Musicale de Pibrac) and an initiative of the Mairie de Pibrac supporting new theatre groups, our café-theatre performances were launched, giving us a springboard into our annual May performances. The main objective of TCP is to discover and play different types of comedy. Whilst our Spring production is the group's main focus, we are happy to spread the fun whenever we are invited to perform. Principally an adult group, we do encourage youngsters to come along and help out during performances.
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We'd be happy to answer any questions from finding out more about this project, asking about payments to learning about our association! Feel free to use the links below to write to us and we will try and get back to you as soon as possible!