A Piece of Britain - award winning heritage by Hazle Ceramics
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The Mousetrap

This world’s longest running show started in 1947 as Three Blind Mice, a short radio play. Agatha Christie based her storyline on the real-life death of a foster boy in 1945. In 1952 she predicted her rewritten and renamed play would only last 8 months!

 The 60th Anniversary Show in 2012. Set in a snowstorm at a remote guest house, this is not a whodunnit where a detective solves the case and reveals the remaining plot secrets. The killer’s identity is revealed in a twist at the end that audiences are asked to keep secret.

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Hazle Ceramics
The Mousetrap
Limited Painting of 50
on London Woolworths
This building is apt for the theme showing silent films up until 1929
Iconic posters by Chris McAllister

£75.50 Worldwide
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 25,000 show in 2012. Back right: Miranda Hart (Call the Midwife), Sir Patrick Stewart (Star Trek) and Hugh Bonneville (Downton).

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 The play opens on 25th November 1952 starring Richard Attenborough and his real wife. Lord Attenborough’s death in 2014 inspired this ceramic.

 London’s St Martin’s Theatre in 2006 - the play moved here in 1974.

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