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The Murder Game

King's Head Theatre, 115 Upper Street, London, United Kingdom, N1 1QN
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James Farwell's The Murder Game is a screwball comedy set in the cut-throat world of the New Orleans legal system.

A killer is on the loose but where is he? Can the two people whose job it is to uphold justice catch him before killing each other? Will their trustes friend Melvin pay his gambling debts on time? Will the Brazilian footballer turned crime writer help? Or could it all be solved by an evening round the dinner table? 

Playwright Farwell is an American lawyer and political consultant. The Murder Game is his first play.

The Murder Game has a cast of West End regulars including Josefina Gabrielle (Carousel, Oklahoma!, The 39 Steps, Chicago), Michael Praed (The Constant Wife, Aspects Of Love, Design For Living) and Patrick Clancy (Joseph, Aspects Of Love, The Producers), plus television regulars Matt Healy and Ben Jones. 

 

Cast & Creatives

Cast
Michael Praed, Josefina Gabrielle, Matt Healy, Ben Jones, Patrick Clancy
Author
James Farwell
Director
John Tillinger
Producer
King's Head Theatre Productions in association with Mary Sullivan, John Knotts, Richard Colton and Boysie Bollinger

King's Head Theatre

Address
115 Upper Street, London, United Kingdom, N1 1QN
Telephone
020 7226 1916
Official site
www.kingsheadtheatre.org
Nearest tube
Angel/Highbury & Islington
Nearest bus
4, 19, 30, 34, 38, 73, 104, 171
Nearest train
Highbury & Islington
Parking

Limited on-street parking

This venue accepts Theatre Tokens

Access information

How to book
P: 020 7726 0364
Limited mobility
A step free entrance and inside to ground floor.
Access description
Level access. All facilities are accessible. A step free entrance and inside to ground floor. Behind the pub is a theatre. Adapted toilet behind the bar. the key is at the bar.
Hearing impaired
Induction loop system
Wheelchairs
Wheelchair spaces by arrangement
Toilets
Yes.
Disabled toilets
Adapted toilet behind the bar.
Bars
Connected to public house
This venue accepts Theatre Tokens
Age suitability
All
Genre
Play
Previews from
11.03.2009
Opening night
17.03.2009
Closing
19.04.2009

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