WIN: Tickets to Murder She Didn’t Write at the Theatre Shop

PUBLISHED: 17:58 05 December 2018

Murder She Didn't Write will be staged at The Theatre Shop. Picture: Jamie Corbin

Murder She Didn't Write will be staged at The Theatre Shop. Picture: Jamie Corbin


A murder will be staged in Clevedon next week.

Theatre company Degrees of Error will perform improvised show Murder She Didn’t Write at the Theatre Shop, in Queens Square, from December 13-15 at 7.30pm, with an additional 2.30pm matinee showing on December 15.

In this show – a play on words from the much-loved television series Murder, She Wrote – the audience becomes the author in a comedy which is entirely unplanned and unscripted, based on audience member’s suggestions.

The show has been toured around the UK, including sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival since 2013.

A Degrees of Error spokesman said: “Watch as the dramatic events you and your fellow audience have helped to create unfold live on stage.

“Take up your magnifying glasses and don your deerstalkers for a neverseen-before evening of murder, mayhem and making it up on the spot.

“Miss Crimson poisoned in the parlour by a mince pie? Mr Gold exploded by a Christmas cracker in the games room? You decide.

“The motives are mounting and the evidence is everywhere, but will you guess whodunnit before the suspects are called to the drawing room?”

Degrees of Error is the resident theatre company of the Bristol Improv Theatre.

The group was founded in 2010 as Only Humour but rebranded in 2013 to feature at the first Bristol Improv Theatre Festival.

Tickets for the show, which is aimed at over-12s, are £12 and available at or on 03336 663366.

The Times has teamed up with The Theatre Shop to offer two lucky readers a pair of tickets each to the December 13 performance.

To enter, simply answer the question below before the competition deadline of December 11.

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