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Sharp Teeth Theatre – Sherlock in Homes 3: Murder at the Games

Event Date
Thursday 2nd December 2021

Online / at home


Book Tickets (external link)

Sharp Teeth Theatre return after their runaway global hits, Murder at the Circus and Murder On Ice (***** The Stage), with a brand new and better-than-ever online interactive murder mystery.

On your marks, get set, go… to 1960 to solve a crime that will make your heart race, for champion athlete and Britain’s brightest hope Faye Lear, has been murdered! Could it be the chill of the cold war or the heat of the Italian sun? Zoom into Rome’s Olympic village to find out.

You’ll interrogate the suspects and attempt to unmask a murder with your fellow audience members. Only you can solve this case, but will you climb the podium or fall at the first hurdle as you pit your wits against some of the UK’s most talented performers and improvisers?

Suitable for ages 8+
Running time: 90 mins

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.


“Honestly, it was absolutely brilliant. So much more fun than i was prepared for. I felt like a flipping detective, and so funny.”

“It was awesome! You’re in for a treat if you watch this.” Audience feedback


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