Sherlock in Homes 2: Murder on Ice
Wednesday 5th May 2021
“Satisfying, funny and cleverly plotted, Murder on Ice is hard to beat for sheer enjoyment.”
★★★★★ The Stage
Sharp Teeth Theatre return after their runaway global hit, Murder at the Circus, with a brand new online interactive murder mystery set in the 1920s, Murder on Ice.
Calling all budding detectives! Your crime-solving expertise is required at a remote exploration outpost deep in Antarctica, for there has been a murder so dastardly it will make your blood run
cold. Can you solve the mystery of famous explorer Albert Ross’ icy death? Prepare to travel to the barren landscape of Antarctica, where you play detective. You’ll interrogate the suspects and attempt to unmask a murder with your fellow audience members.
Only you can solve this case, as you pit your wits against some of the UK’s most talented performers and improvisers.
How it works:
You will need to log on to Zoom for this experience and will need an internet connection. You will be provided with a link and password to access the performance on the day of the performance – this will be via email. During the majority of this experience you will be broken into smaller groups for interactive tasks. If you are attending with others on different devices and want to take part together, you should change your Zoom name to the same team name on arrival in the room.
Start time: 8pm
Running time: 1 hour 30mins with short interval
Age suitability: 8+
Latecomers admitted ip to 10 mins into the experience
An original co-production by Sharp Teeth Theatre and The Wardrobe Theatre
Director – Stephanie Kempson
Written By – Peter Baker
Additional Writing – Eleanor Nawal
Additional Devising – Alice Lamb, Lucy Harrington, Douglas Walker, Megan Vaughan-Thomas & Stephanie Kempson
Cast – Peter Baker, Lucy Harrington, Alice Lamb, Eleanor Nawal, Douglas Walker
Designer – Zoe Brennan
Tech Director – Jack Drewry
Associate Director – Megan Vaughan-Thomas
Dramaturg – Matthew Whittle
Accent Coach – Daisy Higman
Producers – Alice Massey, Stephanie Kempson & Matthew Whittle
Graphic Design – Jack Drewry & Matthew Whittle
Original Photography – Adam Fung
Trailer – Chris Hicks
Special Thanks To – Bristol Old Vic, Rebecca Molloy, Rachael & Rick Procter-Lane, Hammerpuzzle, Jack Offord & Closer Each Day Company