Are you seeing Cluedo at Leeds Grand Theatre this week?

Cluedo comes to Leeds Grand Theatre from 22nd – 26th March, and it’s going to be a great one. The hilarious spoof thriller is based on the classic detective board game loved by by generations and the hit 1985 film Clue. The brand-new stage play is directed by Mark Bell (The Play That Goes Wrong, A Comedy About A Bank Robbery), and just like the game, it promises audiences of all ages a nostalgic, fun and thrilling evening of entertainment.

So what’s the story about? When Miss Scarlett, Professor Plum, Mrs Peacock, Reverend Green, Mrs. White and Colonel Mustard all arrive at a country house one dark and stormy evening, they are concerned to find they have all received the same mysterious invitation from Lord Boddy. What’s clear is that they all have something to hide! The mystery and hysteria grows as the inhabitants and guests of Boddy Manor start being killed, with a variety of familiar weapons, leaving everyone to wonder… who will be next?

The show will star Michelle Collins (EastEnders, Coronation Street and 2000 Acres of Sky) as Miss Scarlett and Daniel Casey (ITV’s Midsummer Murders) as Professor Plum. The full cast features Jean-Luke Worrell as Wadsworth; Laura Kirman as Yvette; Wesley Griffith as Colonel Mustard; Etisyai Philip as Mrs White, Judith Amesenga as Mrs Peacock and Tom Babbage as Reverend Green. Ensemble are Harry Bradley and Meg Travers, with Georgia Bradley and Liam Harrigan as understudies.

Michelle Collins says: “I’m thrilled to be joining the cast of Cluedo. It’s such an iconic game and I remember how much I loved playing it with my cousins when we were younger. I’m delighted that it’s being brought to the stage – and having really enjoyed reading the script, I’m sure audiences across the UK will love it.”

Don’t miss Cluedo when it comes to Leeds Grand Theatre this week, book your tickets now!

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