Reviews from audiences as they left this show at The Key Theatre, Peterborough, after the theatre re-booked this show for June 2017:
Reviews from our show at Unity Works, Wakefield:
A Trailer for the ‘smaller’ version of this show:
A choice of show for theatres or other spaces:
The show is offered in two formats:
For audience sizes of up to 100, after the police appeal on stage, the action moves into the auditorium/foyer/bar or other suitable spaces where audiences are able to meet and interrogate the suspects. An intriguing array of clues are also displayed – love letters, diary pages, financial transactions etc –which will prompt lines of enquiry.
For audience sizes of over 100 (and up to approx. 250), or theatres choosing this format, the action remains on stage. After the police appeal and interval the show assumes a ‘Jeremy Kyle’ format – with suspects interrogated on stage by police who also invite questions from the audience.
At the conclusion of both shows a few brave audience members are invited onto the stage to sum up, before all is revealed…
Critics are describing the show as “taking the murder mystery phenomenon to the next level!”
“A play to die for!” – BBC Online
“A crime to miss it” -Whitehaven News
“Fantastic…convincing…exciting” -Wakefield Express
“Compelling performances…The audience were enthralled throughout” – Buxton Opera House
“Totally Gripping”- Neptune Theatre, Liverpool
“Edgy, Stunning and Unique!” – Chester Gateway Theatre
The Marketing Manager at the Wakefield Theatre Royal and Opera House said of this show:
“…it was great… sold out really quickly with a large waiting list of people wanting to come along…I would do one every night if I could!“
Their local paper’s review stated
“If they ever do a night like this again I would recommend it, not only because of how well it worked, but because it’s something different…“
Click any of the four videos below to see audience feedback from various theatres nationwide.
Other reviews include:
“The feedback we’ve had from the show from both the audience and our staff members has been quite extraordinary and it’s quite rare to receive such great, unanimous feedback so thank you for producing such a brilliant show!”
– Michael Cook, Programme Administrator, Cast Theatre, Doncaster
“Thanks again for a great night, you and all the guys were excellent, it went even better than I could have expected/hoped for!! Lets talk about a sequel once its ready to tour!”
– Tom Forth, Programming/Front of House, Floral Pavilion Theatre, New Brighton.