Murder Mysteries

OUR PRODUCTIONS

We write and produce original murder mystery productions which are fully interactive and great fun for audiences of all ages. We have played to audiences in South East Queensland at venues including cafes, restaurants and on a steam train and are adding to our portfolio of productions all the time.  You can book us to perform at your venue, event or party or hire everything you need to run an event of your own. We also raise funds with our events and Cold Turkey, our ‘Christmas in July’ event raised nearly $2000 for charities including Variety the Children’s Charity and Paradise 4 Kids.

Watch this short video and see what we are about.

Our next production is WANTED FOR MURDER, set in the Wild, wild west.

The year is 1889 the good folks of Sacramento are getting ready to celebrate New Year’s eve. But as the wind begins to blow and the dogs start to howl, the stagecoach brings a motley crew of visitors to the town – something very, very bad is about to happen ……

Characters

Male
One-eye Wilks – Outlaw – has killed many people but can also put on the charm
Jonny-boy – Cowboy – down on his luck, a little bit slow on the uptake
Wayne John – Texas ranger – full of himself

Female
Fifi du Barry – Showgirl/saloon entertainer
Mary-Ann Dowdy – young orphan girl – being groomed by Fifi
Adelaid – scout and entertainer (best female shot in the West)

InsideOutside is an inclusive theatre and does not discriminate against age or ability.

For more information please contact Lachlan on 0414940248
or Angela on 0499 002 989

Or apply via these links:

https://www.facebook.com/events/260567254586857/

https://www.starnow.com/shortlist/3755/14612/

 

Here’s What our audiences said:

“What a great show”    Michael, Kippa-Ring

“Loved the audience participation. Cast was awesome”   Veronica, Murrumba Downs

“Comical, entertaining and kept us all captivated throughout”   Robbie, Kelvin Grove

“Best show ever”  Anne Greaves

“Best show I’ve enjoyed for years”   Patricia Rankine

“Got everyone involved on the edge of their seats. Was mind boggling”  Melanie Collis