Danica Voll | 05 December 2018

Everyone’s favourite murder-mystery board game will come to life in an immersive evening of twists, turns, melodrama and bloody execution with a not-so-merry Christmas edition of Brisbane Immersive’s - Cluedo! The Interactive Game.

When a glamorous 1930’s cocktail party soon becomes a murder mystery, dinner guests will join the investigation into the secret lives of lavishly-costumed characters and aid Doctor Black in collecting clues to solve the crime. The scene of the scandal? Baedeker Wine Bar.

To the tune of an authentic jazz band, wander through hidden passages and grand ballrooms while enjoying a decadent evening of murder, festive feasting, chocolatier’s station, unlimited beverages and sprigs of deadly mistletoe decking the halls.

Returning for one night only following a sold-out season in April, this part-immersive theatre, part 1930’s cocktail party will see audience shape the production as much as the audience. All clues point to a wicked night of murder & merriment, so dress in your best 1930’s-inspired cocktail or black-tie attire and make sure you don’t get caught out in the LIE-brary. Get your tickets here.

What: Brisbane Immersive – Cluedo! The Interactive Game
When: 7pm, Saturday December 8 
Where: Baedeker Wine Bar, 111 Constance St, Fortitude Valley 
This is an 18+ event.

About the author


Harbouring an unhealthy addiction of watching too many dog videos, Danica is a lover of the great outdoors. While her greatest skill may be the ability to rap ‘Fergalicious’ perfectly, her inability to remember her left and rights has proven to be her greatest downfall in life. When she’s not on the beach or hiking up another mountain, you can expect to find her trying to satisfy her Tim-Tam addiction with surprise, suprise… another packet of Tim-Tams. It seems like no-one told her they aren’t a suitable daily breakfast.


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