Youth theatre group treat audience to an evening of murder, mystery, and improvisation

PUBLISHED: 17:00 12 February 2019

Students from The Story Cellar Youth Theatre  Picture: Liz Felton

Students from The Story Cellar Youth Theatre Picture: Liz Felton

Liz Felton

It was a night of murder, mystery, and improvisation as The Story Cellar’s youth theatre group held their second performance at Pill Memorial Club.

The audience arrived at the venue to find it had been transformed into a crime scene and were invited to study clues and guess what had happened to the victim Mr Black.

The group of 10 to 16-year-olds then performed an improvised comedy based on clues, and suggestions provided by the audience.

Story Cellar founder, Liz Felton said: “It was a wonderful night of improvisational comedy, the young and very brave performers rose to every challenge with Great comic timing and quick thinking from them all.”

The next devising project will begin April 25, with a performance on July 4.

For more information about the group, email

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