Theatre

Big Adventures

Whodunnit?!

The Interactive Murder Mystery Musical

Guildhall Theatre

How to find our venues

Wed 4 - Sat 7 Jul

Tickets: £13.25 More price information

Running Time: 2 hours 20 minutes - approximate, including any interval(s).

Most tickets cost more when booked via telephone or in person at box office. See our Ts & Cs for details.

About the event

It is 1925. The body of renowned explorer, Hector Washington, is found dead the morning after an eventful cocktail party. But WHODUNNIT?! The young wife? The best friend? The personal secretary? The clothes designer? Or did the butler do it?

This brand new musical from murder mystery experts Big Adventures Theatre Company puts you, the audience, right in the heart of the action! In every performance, 5 lucky audience members will get the chance to come up on stage and work alongside the show’s detective - the plucky Esther Morstan-Eyre -  to try and solve the mystery. At the end of the show the ENTIRE audience gets to vote on who they think the culprit is! Think Cluedo meets the Generation Game and you’ll be on the right lines!

This is a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience not to be missed! So don your deerstalker, dig out your magnifying glass and get your tickets booked! 

To be in with a chance of appearing as a “DETECTIVE” in the show email bigadventurestheatre@hotmail.com

Big Adventures website

Dates & Tickets

Whodunnit?!

Wed 4 Jul 2018, 7:30pm

£13.25

Thu 5 Jul 2018, 7:30pm

£13.25

Fri 6 Jul 2018, 7:30pm

£13.25

Sat 7 Jul 2018, 7:30pm

£13.25

Prices & Offers

£13.25

Concessions: £11.25

Concessions are typically available to over 60s, under 16s, students, unemployed and disabled people. Click through to Buy Tickets for individual prices and availability. Please note that proof may be required on collection of tickets or on entry to the auditorium.

Reviews

“If you like Agatha Christie, you’ll love this great night out!” The Telegraph 

"The best Murder Mystery event we've ever had" Epsom Racecourse

"Hilarious ! A GREAT night out !" BBC Radio