Agatha Christie’s classic whodunnit formula gets a shake-up in this humorous parody, performed at the ADC Theatre by Break An Egg Theatre Company.
You know how it goes: an old house, a dead body, an investigating sleuth. But what if all the suspects murdered the victim?
Murder at a Funeral invites us to London, 1930s, where Lady Cora Flange has been mysteriously bumped off. Tensions mount at her funeral as Inspector Trout arrives to solve the crime. Could there be a double murder?
More of a who-didn’t-do-it, Murder at a Funeral features an eccentric cast of characters including Lady Cora’s lover, her housekeeper and even her personal trainer, all of whom are hoping to get their hands on her large fortune.
It takes place 17-19 September, 7.45pm; tickets £7/£12.