7.45pm, Wednesday 20 January, 2016
“One hour to come up with the perfect crime… and then solve it!”
Move over, Sherlock!
In Degrees of Error’s ‘Murder She Didn’t Write’, YOU become the author and watch your very own Agatha Christie-inspired masterpiece unfold on stage. In “one of the funniest evenings you’ll have in some time” (Ed Fringe Review), Degrees of Error allow you, the audience, to unleash your literary prowess to create an original and hilarious improvised murder mystery. They use your title suggestions, evidence ideas and for one lucky member even the murderer and victim, to create a never before seen, unscripted murder mystery, which promises to dazzle, enthral, and delight. A must for all lovers of classic crime fiction!
Will you work out whodunnit in time?
Degrees of Error is a Bristol-based Theatre Company, formed in 2010, and have been performing together ever since. Collectively, Degrees of Error represent some of the best improvisers in the South-West, and are currently the in-house company of the Bristol Improv Theatre. Their various local weekly shows (‘Murder She Didn’t Write’: 2013-2015, ‘Word:Play: 2012-2013, ‘The OH Show’: 2011-2012, and ‘Only Humour’: 2010-2011) have been comic hits throughout Bristol and the South West, including the Bristol Old Vic. Fringe experts, they have been awarded Edinburgh’s ‘Fringe Sell-out’ award FOUR years running, and consistently receive four and five star reviews.
Think improv equals Clive Anderson and some very questionable 90s fashion choices? Think again! Come and spend an evening as a sleuth, and help uncover the sinister evidence and motives of this fabulous ‘whodunit?’ live show. Whether you take your lead from Poirot or Marple, Holmes or Dupin, the cast of ‘Murder She Didn’t Write’ promise to sweep you up in “unrestrained bursts of enjoyment” (Bristol Theatre Review), and leave you in unbridled fits of laughter!
Tickets are just £5. To book contact the box office 01970 62 32 32 or go online www.aber.ac.uk/artscentre