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Cluedo

20th June 2022 - 25th June 2022

 

Was it Miss Scarlett, with the revolver in the dining room, or Professor Plum, with the lead pipe in the library…?

Starring Michelle Collins at Miss Scarlett, CLUEDO is an exciting, comedy thriller based on the hit 1985 film CLUE and the classic board game loved by generations. Directed by Mark Bell, director of the award winning The Play That Goes Wrong and A Comedy About A Bank Robbery just like the game, this brand new play promises a  nostalgic, fun and thrilling evening of entertainment.

When Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs Peacock, Reverend Green, Mrs. White and Colonel Mustard arrive at a country house one dark and stormy evening, they are surprised to find they have all received the same intriguing invitation from Lord Boddy. It soon becomes clear that they all have something to hide as the mystery and hysteria grows and the inhabitants and guests of Boddy Manor are killed off one by one, with a variety of familiar weapons, leaving everyone to wonder, who will be next!

This hilarious spoof of a thriller, will keep you guessing right up to the finale as both the guests and audience try to work out whodunnit…. with what… and where!

Age Guidance 9+

Running Time: 1 Hour 45 minutes (including interval)

Details

Start:
20th June 2022
End:
25th June 2022
Event Categories:
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Venue

Festival Theatre
Grange Road
Malvern, WR14 3HB

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Price:
First night and Wednesday matinee £26.88, £30.24, £33.60, £35.84, £38.08
Tuesday - Thursday evenings and Saturday matinee £29.12, £32.48, £35.84, £38.08, £40.32
Friday and Saturday evenings £31.36, £34.72, £38.08, £40.32, £42.56
Members’ discounts apply
£2 Concessions Over 60s / Unwaged / Under 26s (Mon-Thurs only)
(Price includes 12% booking fee)
Show Times:
Monday 20th - Saturday 25th June 2022
Evenings at 7:30pm
Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2:30pm

Event Reviews

  • Pat Swift

    We thoroughly enjoyed this play, what a brilliant escape from the “real” world today, the fun and enthusiasm of the cast was catching. The scenery changes were amazing- loved it all, thank you!

  • The View from the Stalls

    How do you take a classic board game and turn it into a hilarious stage play? Involve the Director of The Play That Goes Wrong for a start and then base it on the screenplay by Jonathan Lynn (who gave us the inimitable Yes Minister and Yes, Prime Minister). Add in some stars - Michelle Collins and Daniel Casey (who have both been in Eastenders) - and a cast of easily-recognisable characters and you have a fun show which keeps you guessing till the very end.

    It looks like a very British show, based as it is in a country pile outside London on a dark thundery night but it is in fact a British version of an American play, based on an American film (Clue), based on, you've guessed it, the very British board game which was created during World War Two air raids by an avid but bored crime enthusiast called Adrian Platt - in, of all places, Birmingham. Now famous worldwide, there have been many other interpretations, such as four series on ITV back in the 1990's which starred Joanna Lumley, Stephanie Beecham and Richard Madely amongst others and even a Golden Girls version in the US where there was no murder, just a stolen cheesecake!

    There are all the elements of the board game in the show - 6 people, 6 rooms and 6 deadly instruments. And a killer. So we have Miss Scarlet (Michelle Collins), Professor Plum (Daniel Casey), Colonel Mustard (Wesley Griffith), Mrs White (Etisyai Philip), Mrs Peacock (Judith Amsenga) and Reverend Green (Tom Babbage, who has been in many a Goes Wrong production), all of whom have, in the best Agatha Christie fashion, received an unexpected invitation to the ancestral pile of the mysterious Lord Boddy - and all of whom also have secrets to hide - whilst the proceedings are held under the watchful eye of Wadsworth (the brilliant Jean-Luke Worrell), the butler who explains that his job there is to butle!.

    And so the stage is set for a sometimes frantic escapade, fully utilising the doors leading to the different rooms (which also cleverly open out to become the room itself) as if in a typical British farce with the characters appearing and disappearing as if being pushed around the board game whilst the death toll mounts… And if you get lost in the plot, there is a very funny and superbly-performed recap given by Worrell which fully deserved the round of applause for getting to the end without any mistakes. Although not one of the standard Cluedo characters, Wadsworth often has the funniest lines and the most energetic moves as well. Similarly, each character has the opportunity to "rewind" the action to show what "really" happened from their point of view… But who to believe in this crafty whodunit?

    Mark Bell, the Director, hopes to have made a gripping thriller which is also an exciting joyful comedy. It would not be an exaggeration to say that he has successfully achieved both aims if the audience reaction is anything to go by.

  • Helen

    Having been a massive fan of the 1985 film, I did wonder how it would work.....absolutely fantastic! Superb acting, laughed all the way through,loved all the touches from the film. All characters played there parts so fantastically- massive fan of Daniel Casey so added bonus to see him perform. 5 stars 🌟