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THE BEST INTERACTIVE THEATRE IN THE NORTH WEST

Mutiny on The Mersey at Northop Hall Hotel

July 18, 2020 7:30 pm

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WELCOME TO SUDDEN DEATH THEATRE

We offer an intimate theatre experience hosting a variety of interactive shows. Enjoy our shows with friends and family, or partner with us for a fundraising event.


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CHURCH CHILLERS It's time for yet another fund-raiser at the local church, and all the usual suspects are there to lend a hand with the organising, including the priest. Could one of these pillars of society really be capable of murder? I don't think the odd confessional is going to help any of the characters in this one.

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HEALTH CARE HORRORS Murder is afoot in the most caring profession. Can you operate as a team? Do you have the patience to stitch the clues together and determine which member of the cast is the murderer? One member of the hospital team is lying in the mortuary, and a second will join them before the night is over. We are relying on you to examine the evidence and come up with the correct diagnosis. Good luck and good Health ! to

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MOBSTER MURDERS You are invited to step back in time to 1930's Chicago and attend the opening of the newest Speakeasy in Town, but don't expect it to be a quiet affair, Pa Chance has already been found dead. The police report reads, 'death by misadventure’, but we know differently and it's only a matter of time before the culprit strikes again.

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Meet Our Team

Our cast members have been working on their craft for over 30 years and have starred in popular TV shows such as Shameless!

Meet the team

GALLERY OF EVENTS AND SHOWS

Up Coming Events

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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

  • We have used Sudden Death for some years now, as a fund-raiser for our local church. They are a totally professional company, funny and quick witted. We have had several different themes over the years and each one has had us in fits of laughter. I would have no hesitation in recommending them, we just can't get enough of them. Molly Turner - Holy Family Church - Social Committee
  • Our guests loved them! Extremely outlandish interactive story lines, including none-intrusive audience participation. The theming is great too and really helps to create the atmosphere. A friendly cast and crew, with an MC and Coordinator to make the evening run smoothly. Very funny and extremely entertaining. Perfect! Ed Cross (General Manager) - Holiday Inn Hotel - Haydock
  • On behalf of Centenary Lodge, I would like to thank you and your team for an excellent night of murder and mystery. The event was a huge success, with many comments of how good the evening was from our visitors. Again, thank you for such an enjoyable time, and please pass on our thanks to your actors, they all played their parts far too well, I almost asked the priest to take my confession. Nathan K Stapleton (Secretary) - Centenary Masonic Lodge (Wirral)
  • Brill! An excellent way to spend a Friday evening. Very professional, well presented, humorous & enjoyable. Fab night, great time, would do it again, and in fancy dress too. A highly professional show. Loved it...very funny and entertaining! A brilliant evening, really enjoyed ourselves, cannot wait for the next one! Guests from Leasowe Castle

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