Just Some Theatre bring their interactive murder mystery The Killer Question to London’s Greenwich Theatre this week for three performances only. Audiences on tour are already loving it! Check out the brand-new trailer plus our bumper galleries showing the comedy thriller’s development from rehearsal to production. Time to get booking!
Described as The Silence Of The Lambs meets Last Of The Summer Wine, The Killer Question follows Just Some Theatre’s Off-West End hits with Coward and The Doppel Gang. It runs at Greenwich Theatre this Tuesday 28 September, Wednesday 29 September and Thursday 30 September 2021 before continuing on tour.
Former game-show champion Walter Crump lives for murder. It was even his specialist subject on the nerve-shredding, general knowledge quiz show The Chair. But did his obsession with death ultimately lead to his own? That’s certainly what Inspector Black believes, and now it is Crump’s dopey widow Margaret who finds herself in the chair – accused of her husband’s murder.
But as shocking details emerge about the events leading up to Walter’s final head to head, it quickly transpires that what started out as an open and shut case has turned into another game altogether: the cat and mouse variety, with more than one deadly twist in the tale.
Will Inspector Black solve the mystery? Will Margaret be home in time for Country File? Who will prove to be the ultimate victim of The Chair? And, just as important, which actor will play which character… the audience decides!
The Killer Question, written by Dave Payne, stars Just Some Theatre co-founders Peter Stone, Jake Urry and Jordan Moore, who swap between the three roles as cast by the audience at each performance. Following London, the production visits Aberystwyth, Shrewsbury, Coventry, Diss, Wolverhampton, Gainsborough, Southampton, Crewe, Canterbury, Stroud, Dumfries, and Bathgate.
The Killer Question runs from 28 to 30 September 2021 at the Greenwich Theatre, London SE10 8ES, before heading off to complete its UK tour. Performances at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced £16. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE!