A HIGHLY SUSPECT MURDER MYSTERY

Highly Suspect present 'A Highly Suspect Murder Mystery.' for the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Join acclaimed mystery maestros HIGHLY SUSPECT for a hilarious and interactive murder mystery which you - the audience - must solve!

Featuring a fiendish ploevidence to examine, cryptic clues to crack and four highly suspicious suspects, the game's afoot! But can you catch the killer?

Fun, frivolity and fatalities guaranteed!

Highly Suspect performed three of our most popular murder mysteries over three weeks as part of the PBH Fringe Festival. With sell out shows all bar 4 days, and over 1500 audience members and 229 teams, we brought our unique interactive murder mystery theatre to a brand new bunch of detectives!

AN AUSTENTATIOUS MURDER - It's the launch of 'Dating Mr Darcy' - an app based on the works of Jane Austen, set to revolutionise the dating scene. But when creator Ann Sfield Park is found dead with a literal broken heart it spawns a mystery that will take all your sense and sensibilities to solve!

GARY JOTTER AND THE MAGICAL MURDER - Headmaster Grumbledum of Pigblisters School of Magic and Mystery has been sawn in half. Star pupil Gary Jotter is missing. The deadly Nethyr Vault is set to open...But can you catch the magical murderer?

THE MATINEE MURDER - It's curtains up on the latest production of the world's longest running play - Agatha Mystery's celebrated whodunnit "The Rat Trap." However when the lead actress is found with her throat cut, this is more than simply a case of corpsing on stage! But who among the cast is a killer?

Fore more information on this show and others by Highly Suspect you can visit our website via the button below.

A HIGHLY SUSPECT MURDER MYSTERY. PROMOTIONAL IMAGES AND AUDIENCE SELFIES.

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LEXIE

Freelance Theatre Director

Co-Artistic Director Highly Suspect Theatre

Production Photography

 

Lexie is an emerging director based in the North West. She aims to create new and visually interesting ways to tell theatrical stories, and her directing style is to design a concept for a show that makes the audience as well as the actors part of the world created. She directs in a wide range of genres, from comedies to thrillers, dramas to classic texts. She is also co-director of Highly Suspect Theatre and Murder Mysteries, based in Cumbria.

Lexie watching a performance of The Wind in the Willows from backstage, 2013

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