Presented by Cluedunnit
The ‘Silent Movie’ would be dead forever…and so would some of the stars!
The story so far: In 1927, the ‘Jazz Singer’, staring Al Jolson, sent the cinema going public into a frenzy when it featured certain scenes with synchronised sound for the first time! It heralded the end of the silent movie era and the ‘Talkies’ were born.
One year later ‘TERROR’, a murder mystery set in an English country house, became the very first film to be totally ‘with sound’. In 1928, Australia saw over 185million film goers attend cinemas - a record that has never been surpassed
In early 1929, a group of wealthy businessmen and film studio executives formed the Australian Film Corporation to produce “Showgirls Luck”- the first Australian talkie.
Stars from the American & British film industry were encouraged to make the journey down under and, together with existing Australian talent, set a date to commence filming. Having arrived by boat into Fremantle the assembled Western Australia team in Perth to attend the inaugural script reading.
You are invited to dress in the style of the period as you work together to solve the mystery.
Cluedunnit’s murder mystery dinner theatre shows are some of the best and longest established in the world. The shows feature a cast of professional actors in 1930’s period costume, bringing variety and spontaneity to each show. This is an interactive dinner theatre show, with guests being seated on round tables of 10. The action will take place during the course of the dinner. Actors will visit each table throughout the night so that they may be questioned. Various clues will also be uncovered and presented.
This murder mystery is a work of fiction and is not based upon actual historic events, or facts.
Seasonal WA mushrooms (raw, roasted & pâté), balsamic jelly, selection of crackers (gluten free, nut free, vegetarian)
Lam leg roll, mystery potatoes, asparagus, spinach and mint salsa verde (dairy free, gluten free, nut free)
Capsicum with asparagus and quinoa, mystery potatoes, spinach & mint salsa verde (nut free, dairy free, vegan)
Death by chocolate, chocolate cream, roast white chocolate, raspberry coulis (nut free, vegetarian)
Price includes three-course dinner. Please select either the standard or vegetarian option when making your selection.
If you have any specific dietary requirements, these can be entered at the time of booking.
Pricing and Transaction Fee Information
Transaction fees for ticket purchases differ depending on the sales channel you choose.
Web: $3.95 if cart values is $36 or less, $5.95 if cart value is more than $36.
Phone: $6.95. In person: $0. Group bookings: $8.95. Add $2 for postage by Standard Mail or $4.40 for Registered Mail.
All tickets/items prices include GST if applicable and are quoted in Australian dollars.
Ticket prices can be dynamically adjusted, either up or down, based on real-time market demand, and without notice.