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Criminal: An Improvised Murder Mystery

Criminal: An Improvised Murder Mystery

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Get ready for an anarchic comedy night in which a line-up of improvisers - one detective and three suspects - solve a terrible murder in front of your very eyes.

A popular live gig and podcast in London, Criminal has featured performers including Josie Lawrence, Marcus Brigstocke and Miles Jupp. Tonight, it is the job of Sally Hodgkiss, Francesca Evans, Joel Gatehouse and Alexander Fox to solve the murder of Caroline Vaughan.

Duration: 1 hour 30mins

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Criminal

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