No one knows who the killer is, not even the cast! (“The slickest and quickest improv at the Fringe” - Wee review) Crime Scene Improvisation creates a 100% brand-new who-dunnit every show to solve an outlandish murder invented by the audience. Someone’s kicked the bucket. But who, what and how? The choice is yours, the problem is theirs.
"Innovation and top-tier entertainment" ***** The Wee Review
"A spectacular must see" ***** Bunbury Magazine..
An exciting young cast, including Scottish Opera's 2020/21 Emerging Artists, performs an assortment of much-loved classics from the likes of Mozart and Verdi, and uncovers a treasure trove of more unusual repertoire from Bellini, Handel, Britten and more. This Season’s tour features a new commission from Lucie Treacher, a young Scottish composer whose work has recently been performed at Tête à Tête Opera Festival and on the soundtrack of 2018 Netflix film The Outlaw King.
Ye dancin? Who’s askin? 1968. The Barrowlands Ballroom, 1968. Rife with rhythm, romance and rumour...for lurking in its smoky shadows is a serial killer, “Bible John”. An intriguing new musical drama full of big 1960s hits from Dusty Springfield to Cilla Black, The Fab Four and so many, many more...murder on and off the dancefloor.
A Jive, a Jim...or Bible John! You dancing? Be very careful who’s asking!
Written & directed by Paul Moore
(Minimum Age 16+ years)..