Set in 1928, Lord Quinten Daventry hosts his party bash. Rumour in social circles is that he will announce his engagement to Miss Fanny. Agatha Christie in spirit – all cut glass accents, pearls, flapper dresses, army outfits and monocles – with lashings of sexual innuendo and double entendres.

Party guests are allocated a role for the night and encouraged (but not required) to indulge their inner artiste by dressing and behaving in character. Subplots emerge and the evening begins to gather pace and spices up into a hilarious romp peppered with music, murder, mysteries, disembodied limbs and suitably hysterical screams. This is interactive entertainment at its best!

Suitable for audiences 13+

A Dinner to Die For returns  to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for its 8th year.

Three nights only 2nd, 9th & 16th April 2016

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