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Leaving the mystery and twist of The Mousetrap for those who go and see the show is something we're asked to do by the cast when all is said and done, and so it's something we're willing to honour. Stepping into the role perfectly, she radiates upper class snobbery and even weaves in a couple of lines relating to the current Brexit events taking place in the UK.

Plus, revealing the murderer for those who haven't seen it would truly take out some of the shock and surprise of the story. Allowing the cast to remain topical meant that the perfect balance of humour and dark goings on was achieved.

The audience are brought right into the guest house - you feel a part of the show rather than just somebody watching a performance.Though I have seen the odd Agatha Christie adaptation on the small screen, more recently the brilliant BBC series And Then There Were None, this would be my first immersion fully into Christie's world, and what better place to start than the world's longest-running play, The Mousetrap?Credit: Liza Marie Dawson Note that there will be no spoilers here.Well, now I’ve been to the opening night of the tour’s 6-day run at the Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells, I’ve finally learnt the answer. At the end of each performance the audience is asked to keep whodunit secret, and they do.So before I reveal all here, please step forward for your secret hand-shake…

The audience are brought right into the guest house - you feel a part of the show rather than just somebody watching a performance.

Though I have seen the odd Agatha Christie adaptation on the small screen, more recently the brilliant BBC series And Then There Were None, this would be my first immersion fully into Christie's world, and what better place to start than the world's longest-running play, The Mousetrap?

Credit: Liza Marie Dawson Note that there will be no spoilers here.

Well, now I’ve been to the opening night of the tour’s 6-day run at the Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells, I’ve finally learnt the answer. At the end of each performance the audience is asked to keep whodunit secret, and they do.

So before I reveal all here, please step forward for your secret hand-shake…

The police phone to inform the group they believe a murderer is at large and on his way to the hotel. Well, this is not a play about breaking new theatrical boundaries or a showcase for state-of-the-art staging.