How To Solve A Problem Like Murder
Seven suspects. Seven sins. No one is innocent.
Back by popular demand, London’s favourite murder mystery returns to the confined hallways of Paradise by way of Kensal Green. Soaked in sin, each room has kept its secrets safe. The walls buzz with excitement, holding a new fate at every turn. But a crime as heinous as murder can only be buried for so long. UnCorked Theatre throws you deep into the psyche of seven equally erratic personalities, as they immerse you into a voyeuristic tale of obsession, deceit and vulnerability. Sixteen months ago, a woman disappeared, leaving a loving husband, a best friend, and a once thriving business, all unhinged. Now, on the eve of Paradise Bar’s annual masquerade celebration, a new mystery is about to unfold, leaving you to answer not one, but two questions: who died, and who killed. A guess must be made, by you and you alone. Our murder may be solved, with your mobile phone. Please arrive with a fully charged mobile device, as it may be used to enhance your experience. Once immersed, you will have the opportunity to text in your response to the following questions: who was murdered, and who is the murderer? Seven suspects. Seven sins. No one is innocent. #londonsbestkeptsecret What’s On London ★★★★★ Red Velvet Review ★★★★★ Playhouse Pickings ★★★★★ * Paradise By Way of Kensal Green offers 25% off any pre-show meal when you book a table in advance * Monday meals may be accompanied with your own bottle of wine * 2-4-1 cocktails are available on Thursdays This is an immersive theatre experience with no seating, so please dress appropriately. The party starts 15-20 minutes prior to show time. Don’t be the last to arrive. Masks will be provided upon entry. Running time is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes. Strictly over 18s due to the venue and content of the show. To enhance your experience the use of your cellphone will be required. Ensure you come fully charged. Latecomers will not be admitted.
“A real life version of Cluedo…it’ll keep you guessing until the end.”