Witness for the Prosecution

Witness for the Prosecution


Witness for the Prosecution will be staged in the unique setting of the Chamber inside London County Hall. The Chamber at County Hall is a hidden jewel at the centre of one of London’s landmarks.

Previously used as a council chamber for debating, the chamber has been brought back to life as a courtroom for this very special event.

The Chamber features 210 stalls-style seats with excellent sightlines and generous legroom, and upstairs three Public Galleries with upholstered bench seating and a range of views.

The immersive experience begins as the audience enters through the original grand entrance on Belvedere Road, up a sweeping staircase, through huge wooden doors and into the Chamber, where they take their seats at the heart of a courtroom drama. As the judge presides over witness testimonies and QC cross-examinations, the audience are invited to consider the case before them.


London County Hall is London is situated on the South Bank of the River Thames beside the Coca Cola London Eye and Westminster Bridge, and opposite the Houses of Parliament. The entrance to Witness for the Prosecution is located on Belvedere Road.

The official postal address is London County Hall, Belvedere Road, SE1 7PB



Our venue box office is located in the foyer of London County Hall. You will find it on the right as you enter through the main doors.

Opening Hours:

Monday           11am – 5pm
Tuesday           12pm – 7.45pm
Wednesday    12pm – 7.45pm
Thursday         11.30am – 7.45pm
Friday               12pm – 7.45pm
Saturday          11.30am – 7.45pm
Sunday            12pm – 3.30pm




Witness for the Prosecution is located within easy walking distance from several London Underground stations: Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster. Waterloo is the closest tube station and is about five minutes walking distance. Visitors can reach County Hall by using the District, Circle, Jubilee, Northern and Bakerloo lines. For latest underground updates please visit the TFL website here.

Nearest Main line station: Waterloo (with main line rail links to South West London; and as far away as Portsmouth and Exeter)

From Waterloo station follow exit signs towards Southbank/County Hall attractions and then follow signs to York Road and walk a few minutes along the road and County Hall will be on your left.


Bus routes to County Hall include the no. 211, 77 and 381. For latest bus updates please visit the TFL website here.

Driving - Cars & Coaches

Driving to Witness for the Prosecution may be challenging due to our central London location. Usually it is quicker and easier to take public transport to reach us. If you do need to drive, there are three car parks within walking distance located around the South Bank area. Please note that we are within the Congestion Charge Zone.

For coaches, there are coach bays on Belvedere Road for short stay pick up and drop off, just a two minute walk from the entrance to County Hall. These bays are operated by Merlin Events and require a permit as they are also used by customers for their South Bank attractions. You can book a permit by emailing [email protected] or by calling 0333 321 2001.


Situated on the South Bank of the River Thames, we are within reasonable walking distance of a number of iconic landmarks such as Coca Cola the London Eye, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Golden Jubilee Bridges, the Southbank Centre and Westminster. For the best tourist walking routes please visit the TFL website here.



Step free access from the Jubilee Line at Waterloo Station (9 minute walk) and the Circle and District Lines at Westminster (7 minute walk).

Both Westminster and Waterloo Bridges are wheelchair accessible, as are the Golden Jubilee Bridges, connecting the South Bank with Victoria Embankment.

There are a couple of car parks nearby, though they are relatively expensive:

Waterloo Car Park is a 2 minute walk from County Hall but has no disabled parking bays - http://www.lookingforcarpark.com/

Q-Park Westminster is a 12 minute walk away and whilst it does not have any disabled parking bays, Q-Park strive to make their car parks accessible with lifts, ramps and automatic doors - http://www.q-park.co.uk/parking/london/q-park-westminster