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A Murder Most Foul: Death at the Speakeasy FRINGE ’18

When: February 28, 2018 - 7.00pm - 11.00pm

Red Fez presents ‘A Murder Most Foul: Death at the Speakeasy’, an interactive murder mystery dinner set in the roaring 1920’s.   Following a sell-out season in 2017, this classic whodunittakes audience members deep into the prohibition era to solve a murder most foul. Audience members are given vital clues and directions, and over a sumptuous 4 course dinner have to put them together to come to their conclusion.   Prizes will be given for solving the murder, best dressed, most ‘in-character’ and whoever collects the most ‘game loot’. Find out more about what to expect at http://redfezconcepts.com.au/AF2018/death-at-the-speakeasy   IMPORTANT: Giving the Fringe permission to pass on your email will enable you to find out important information about the show ahead of time

Important information:
This is an interactive presentation including a meal. Special dietary requirements should be notified directly to the venues, Alere:(08) 8277 7186 | The Publishers:(08) 8212 7969 Doors open at 7:00pm for a 7:30 sharp start

Presented by:
Red Fez Productions

Red Fez Concepts are producers and product designers who bring new and exciting concepts to the market. Our speciality is fusing two existing concepts and designs or adding new technology to an existing concept to produce something new and exciting. Sometimes we just fuse arts and science, business and science or arts and business together and enjoy the results.

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