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Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit


Tickets $25 - $29

Wed 28 Sep - Sun 2 Oct | 1 hour Newtown High School of Performing Arts - Studio
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It’s Agatha Christie, improvised! Following multiple sell-out seasons in Melbourne and Brisbane, Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit plays Sydney for the very first time.

Immerse yourself in the cozy world of a 1950s Agatha Christie novel as the country’s funniest improvisers craft eccentric characters and perplexing mysteries from your suggestions. Any of the village’s suspicious denizens could be dispatched at any moment, and any of them could be the murderer. It’s your secret ballot votes that determine who lives, who dies, and who will be unmasked as the culprit.

In Murder Village, the local police inspector may be incompetent but thankfully there is always an amateur sleuth on hand to sort the red herrings from the tell-tale clues. See if you can solve the crime first… whether you see one show or all of them, no chapter of this critically acclaimed show is the same!

Show details

Show details
  • 1 hour
  • Venue 1: Newtown High School of Performing Arts - Studio
Performance notes
  • Sydney Premiere
  • Content warnings: Depictions of Violence
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Newtown High School of Performing Arts - Studio

Corner Whitehorse and Newman Street, Newtown


There is a flat step free entrance. However there are small steps to the right, without tactile indicator or high vis.

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    “Completely enthralling... ★★★★★” Theatre People

    “A classic English murder mystery that’s fully improvised and loaded with humour.” The Age

    “‘Murder Village’ is a hilarious show. We shouldn’t be enjoying murder so much.” Scenestr

    “Highly recommended – silly, clever, unexpected, the audience was glued to their seats for the whole 60 minutes. See it at least once!” Pop Culture-y

    “The perfect recipe for murder.” Weekend Notes

    Presented by
    • David Massingham