Dublin, Dublin Ireland (PressExposure) July 16, 2007 -- The site even calls Agatha Christie's play the longest running in the British history. From 1953 to 1974 the Ambassador was the location that hosted The Mousetrap. From then on until today it appears in the St Martin's Theatre on West Street in London's East End. This considerable time span was not the only reason for the play's inclusion in theatre-tickets-deals.com. As stated by a spokesman of the site's marketing department, the makers also want to recall Christie's timeless brilliance.
The visitors of theatre-tickets-deals.com can browse the site for information on the play's history as well as on the current production under Stephen Waley-Cohen. Additionally, the Agatha Christie section contains links that lead to more details on the author and the play but also the St Martin's Theatre. Some of the recommended sites offer tickets for The Mousetrap and other plays in the St Martin's Theatre.
According to the spokesman, theatre-tickets-deals.com aims at abolishing with the background nature The Mousetrap has gathered in recent years. The actual option of visiting the play often remains hidden, since it is widely considered as a cultural institution rather than an entertaining play still worth to be visited. Similarly, the context around the play created by theatre-tickets-deals.com organizes the details on The Mousetrap alongside with information on newer plays. This way, the makers want to assure that The Mousetrap is considered a vital option for a weekend trip to London.