Stage your own fundraising murder-mystery event. Each pack delivers a full evening of comic, family-entertainment.
Each 'Murderplays' purchase supplies everything you'll need to stage your own murder mystery performance event. There are a selection of titles to choose from (see website), all of which provide for a whole evening of comic family entertainment. It's recommended that your actors read from their scripts whilst performing, thus your event can be staged with a minimum of rehearsal. And with ticket prices and the option to serve refreshments between the acts at your discretion, your murderplays fundraiser has the potential to be 'highly' profitable!
Each 'Murderplays' order includes a photocopyable version of the following documents… a script in 3 acts, all audience answer/character sheets, a quiz, poster/ticket templates, solution sheets plus a full account of how to stage your event.
The price of each murderplays fundraiser is a flat £55.00 (there are no hidden extras). Each piece has been fully tried and tested and proved 'incredibly' successful both in Britain and worldwide. There have been over 2,000 separate performances to date..
*An ex-teacher with over 20 years' experience, Chris (depending on distance) is also available to run specially devised literacy workshops/student generated whodunit shows, or provide more general talks about his writing. Chris' 'Great School Detective' series of novels are due for publication in the Spring of 2019.
"The very best Whodunnit scripts I've ever read!" - Anita Mobbs, Mulberry Theatre Company
"Who Killed the Director? was our fifth Murderplays production for Teddington School's PTA fundraiser- and, yet again, another enjoyable and profitable event. We made over £2,000. Full marks to Chris for another brilliant pack." - Joyce Corston. Teddington School, Middx
"The smash-hit fundraiser of the year, we've already signed up for the next one!" - Simon Hulme. St Pauls PTFA, Blackburn
"I'm running out of murderplays to put on, such is their popularity. Heavily recommended!" - Peter Coals. Churston Ferrers Grammar School, Torbay