Murder at Warrabah House 1 September 2017

By May Jasper and Sam Wilson

Both homage to and dark departure from the traditional Agatha Christie murder mystery, this antipodean re-imagining of the classic tale of death at a country house turns the crime genre upside down in more ways than one. Created by Melbourne-based company SNAFU Theatre, the setting is a country house in 1920s Australia, in which a missing necklace leads acclaimed detective Arthur Parish and his sister Hattie, the play’s narrator, into a crime story of unexpected twists and turns.

This one-woman show boasts a cast of intriguing characters, all bought to life by a single performer, and all bound together in a cunning and unexpected narrative that will keep you guessing to the very end.

More details to follow soon!