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Murder Mystery

You wanna know why we use a gun?


Crowd control.

We’ve learned a lot over our 25 years.

As entertainers, our job is to draw you into a show you’ll enjoy and, with your team, solve.

But we need your attention. A gunshot delivers (albeit temporarily) both silence and drama.

You wanna know why we use a gun?


Crowd control.

We’ve learned a lot over our 25 years.

As entertainers, our job is to draw you into a show you’ll enjoy and, with your team, solve.

But we need your attention. A gunshot delivers (albeit temporarily) both silence and drama.

You wanna know why we use a gun?

Crowd control.
We’ve learned a lot in 25 years.
Our job is to draw you into a show you’ll enjoy and, with your team, solve.
A dramatic gunshot grabs attention.

25 YEARS OF MURDER


Accidental Productions were one of the very first Murder Mystery companies in the UK.
Our first show was in Eastbourne, Sussex.
Many have joined the party since. Many have left.

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25 YEARS OF MURDER


Accidental Productions were one of the first Murder Mystery companies in the UK.

Murder mystery / murder mastery since
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november 30

NEW MURDER MYSTERY FOR CHRISTMAS

Check out our BRAND NEW, CHRISTMAS MURDER MYSTERY.
To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we've created a new show.
Being a Christmas theme, it will only be around until...well, Christmas,
so CHECK IT OUT NOW.

GUESS THE TITLE.
Flip the card to find out more...

The Nightie before Christmas

It's only a teeny bit saucy.

CHECK IT OUT

Classic Killing

Our first show was improvised (placing friends from my RADA and RSC days in new territory). A script was required: the killer, an escapologist, was tied up at the time of the murder.

We wrote a number of shows, one where the victim recorded a video before he died (check it out in our history section). Clearly quality was more important than quantity so, today, we use just three scripts: Sherlock Holmes, The Peyton Case and our new show, The Nightie before Christmas.

You can purchase other scripts for your own production. Timeless plots, ideal fund-raisers for amateur dramatic groups (Judd & Drury in particular).

NEW SHOW for CHRISTMAS


Check out our BRAND NEW, CHRISTMAS MURDER MYSTERY.

To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we’ve created a new show. Being a Christmas theme, it will only be around until…well, Christmas,so…

CHECK IT OUT NOW.

Classic Killing

Our first show was improvised (placing friends from my RADA and RSC days in new territory). A script was required: the killer, an escapologist, was tied up at the time of the murder.

We wrote a number of shows, one where the victim recorded a video before he died (check it out in our history section). Clearly quality was more important than quantity so, today, we use just three scripts: Sherlock Holmes, The Peyton Case and our brand new Christmas show; The Nightie before Christmas?

You can purchase other scripts for your own production. Timeless plots, ideal fund-raisers for amateur dramatic groups (Judd & Drury in particular).

To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we have a BRAND NEW SHOW. Being a Christmas theme, it will only be around until…well, Christmas,so…
CHECK IT OUT

Our first show, on November 30, 1990, was improvised. Clearly, a script was required.

We wrote a number of shows but quality is more important than quantity so, today, we use just three scripts: Sherlock Holmes, The Peyton Case and our NEW SHOW, The Nightie before Christmas.

You can purchase other scripts. Ideal fund-raisers for amateur dramatic groups (Judd & Drury in particular).

Sherlock Holmes: The Unsolved Mystery.

Half written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, completed by YOU. Logic is all you need to solve this, so it’s perfect for Team Building!

Works for international audiences as everyone knows Sherlock Holmes: he’s as popular today as ever.

We suspect this is probably the best murder mystery out there; it’s not enough to figure out whodunnit; you need to know how, what, why and where.

Five performers, twenty characters, a classical violin, telegrams, sound effects, guns… what more can you want?

We have played to audiences of 9 to 400 (ideally suited to between 30-150).

Sherlock: The Unsolved Mystery.

Logic is all you need to solve this, so it’s perfect for Team Building!

Works for international audiences as Sherlock Holmes is as popular today as ever.

We suspect this is the best murder mystery out there; Five performers, twenty characters, a classical violin, telegrams, guns… what more can you want?

Ideal audience size: 30-150.


Logic is all you need to solve this, so it’s perfect for Team Building!

Works for international audiences as Sherlock Holmes is as popular today as ever.

We suspect this is the best murder mystery out there; Five performers, twenty characters, a classical violin, telegrams, guns… what more can you want?

Ideal audience size: 30-150.

The Peyton Case: Murder at the Vicarage.

A bishop lies dead in the study of the vicarage. Broken glass all around.

Why was he there?

George Slapper of Scotland Yard fails to solve the mystery so when he is offered the chance to put the case to one of the world’s finest criminology groups, he jumps at it.

Can you fool Slapper into believing you are those criminologists? Probably not; but you’ll have fun trying.

Just two actors (the other characters are played by audience members).

Originally aimed at audiences of up to 30, we have successfully played to 100.

Murder at the Vicarage.

A bishop lies dead in the vicarage study. Why was he there?

Scotland Yard’s George Slapper fails to solve the case. Can the world’s finest criminology group crack it?

Two actors (other characters played by audience members).

Audience sizes: 10-100.


A bishop lies dead in the vicarage study. Why was he there?

Scotland Yard’s George Slapper fails to solve the case. Can the world’s finest criminology group crack it?

Two actors (other characters played by audience members).

Audience sizes: 10-100.