Murder For Two
  • West End

A hilarious high-energy musical whodunit, Murder For Two is a madcap murder mystery with a twist. Two actors play thirteen characters - and the piano - in this acclaimed new musical. A loving homage to the canon of murder mystery plays, Murder For Two is a hysterical blend of music, mayhem and murder.

Ed MacArthur (The Borrowers, Watermill Theatre) and Jeremy Legat (Grey Gardens, Southwark Playhouse), who both starred in the European Premiere in 2017, will reprise their performances as Officer Marcus Moscowicz and The Suspects.

Murder For Two has Book and Music by Joe Kinosian, with Book and Lyrics by Kellen Blair. It was recently a huge hit Off-Broadway, playing at Second Stage Theatre in 2013 before transferring to New World Stages, where the run was extended several times.

Murder For Two is directed by Luke Sheppard (In The Heights, Kings Cross Theatre) with musical direction and sound design by Tom Attwood (Peter and the Starcatcher, Theatre Royal Northampton) and design by Gabriella Slade (The Importance Of Being Earnest, Vaudeville Theatre).

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