Murder Mystery Plays UK
… so you could not resist the temptation to have a peep at our current Play titles? I thought not!!!
‘Let’s Misbehave!’ Murder Mystery Plays are ideal for public performance and fundraising occasions. They are full of ‘intrigue’, ‘pretence’ and, for the most part - ‘complete absurdity’. A truly hilarious time will be had by all – performers and audience alike!
*Performance permission rights are included in the purchase price.
Included in each Play Pack are photocopiable scene-setting invitations to allow the audience to thoroughly prepare themselves for the occasion; a potocopiable script; audience accusation sheets and advertisement flyers/posters. Substantial planning information is also provided, which includes prop, costume and music suggestions, along with detailed preparation support for the organiser(s).
Please go to How to Play for guidance on 'how to perform'
Murder with a Twist (of lemon)
The year is 1926 and it is the eve of Lord and Lady Totty’s ‘celebrated’ annual summer ball. You and your fellow guests – (close friends, relatives and highly regarded members of staff), have been invited to dine with Lord and Lady Totty at Dartingford Hall, Devon.
Murder - Oh, What a Performance
The year is 1932 – and Lord and Lady Totty of Dartingford Hall, Devon, are celebrating their Silver Wedding Anniversary. As a token and gesture to mark the occasion, you and some of the other local village idiots – (sorry, I mean – residents), are putting on a performance of one of Lady Totty’s favourite theatrical delights – CINDERELLA.
Resistance to Murder
It is a cold, moonlit evening in late April, 1944 and you find yourself dining at ‘Café Mange-Tout, Mange-Tout’ situated in a small town just off the coast of Normandy, France. The café is, (or should I say – was) owned by Monsieur René Renier, a key member of the local ‘Maquis’ (Résistance) network.
A Tribute to Murder
The much-anticipated 60th birthday party of wealthy UK financier, Gerry Hatrick, had long been marked on the calendars of everyone who is anyone in highest society.
A Platform for Murder
It is on a cold and foggy Friday morning in late Autumn, 1938 that you make your way to Platform 1b of Little Beeching railway station. Some of you have arrived there in order to work; others in order to catch the 9.45 Exeter to London Express; and others, well …. for less obvious reasons.
And the murderer is...
So here you all are at this year's much anticipated G.L.A.M (Gosh, Look At Me!) Awards, in the newly-refurbished Flop Hall just outside Bognor. However, no more than 20 minutes after receiving 'Best Actor' Award for his portrayal of Cliff Hanger in 'Dilemma For Murder'; Lee Dingmann collapses dead on stage ...