It’s murder most foul. It’s the crime of the century. It’s Agatha Christie, improvised!
With no two shows ever the same, catch Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit, a show full of murder, mystery and mayhem this weekend, on July 30. With a run of sold out shows at the 2021 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, a critically acclaimed improvised comedy experience that brings the cosy world of 1950s Agatha Christie to life.
What you need to know
- Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit is a hilarious, quirky and fun improvised murder mystery
- With no two shows ever the same, the audience gets to vote on who lives, who dies and who the murderer is
- It all goes down at The Butterfly Club on Saturday July 30
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Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit is a new whodunnit every performance, spun from the mind of Melbourne’s best improvising comedians. All the expected tropes of the genre are there and ready to be parodied – from mysterious and eclectic characters, to devilish red herrings, to clever clues and an amateur sleuth outsmarting local law officials.
You’re as much a part of the show as the cast – your votes via a secret ballot who lives, who dies and who will be unmasked as the killer. You can keep coming back, because no shows will ever be the same.
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Taking place at the famous Butterfly Club, a quirky and intimate theatre in the heart of the city, complete with kitsch deco, edgy live performances and clever cocktails. Murder Village: An Improvised Whodunnit takes place on the last Saturday of every month, so if you can’t catch it this time, definitely keep your eyes open for the next performance! Or, come back and see it again – it’ll be a completely different show.
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