Cluedo 2

Devonshire Park Theatre
Cluedo 2

The hit new whodunit show based on the classic boardgame comes to Eastbourne with a brand new murder mystery starring West End and TV star Jason Durr as Colonel Mustard and award winning actress and Strictly Come Dancing champion, Ellie Leach, playing Miss Scarlett. 

Set in the swinging 1960s, rock n roll legend Rick Black has not had a hit for years and he’s broke. But as he settles into his brand new, expensive home, Graveny Manor, Rick is desperate to revive his fading career and reclaim his fame and fortune…. and is prepared to do anything to get it back.

Excited to reveal his long-awaited comeback album, Rick has assembled his supermodel wife, The Honourable Emerald Peacock; his manager, Colonel Eugene Mustard, long-time roadie “Professor” Alex Plum, Annabel Scarlett his trusted interior designer and housekeeper Mrs White, who came with house and who knows all its secrets. 

But there is still someone missing… Rick’s former song-writing partner “The Reverend” Hal Green, disappeared mysteriously at the same time that Rick’s career went downhill and without him, has Rick still got it? 

And where did that butler come from?

As the bodies pile up, all the guests become suspects, potential victim and detectives, as they dart from room to room trying to escape the killer and survive the night.

 Written by BAFTA Award winners Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, (Birds of A Feather, Dreamboats and Petticoats) and directed by Mark Bell - director of the original hit UK production of Cluedo and the global phenomenon, The Play That Goes Wrong, Cluedo 2 – The Next Chapter, is a rollocking spoof of a comedy that will keep you guessing right up to the final twist and invites budding detectives of all ages, from 8 to 80 and beyond, to watch for the clues and unravel the secrets, as we all try to work out whodunnit…. with what... and where!! 

‘ I cannot recommend this show highly enough – it’s murderously good fun!’

Fairy Powered Productions

‘clever sets, brilliant casting, and a fantastic script.’

Planes Trains and Buggies

‘If you are a fan of the famous board game, you will love this show!’

Yorkshire Times

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