A Party to Murder

Presented by Chinese Theatre Group

The Cassandra Lakes, an isolated area of the East China Sea, have been supplying an endless source for mysterious stories, and the most famous one should be “The Phantom Five.” It was said that the five people with the greatest power in China disappeared there together, and no one has ever seen them again…

Twenty-five years later, the legend of “The Phantom Five” has been faded from people’s memory while the Cassandra Lakes have also become a popular resort centring mystery and horror.

On a Halloween night, six people from different fields were gathered again in the Cassandra Lakes for the commemoration of Agatha Christie. However, the peace was broken by a series of extraordinary things, such as the lightbulb failure, the haunted passage, the secret device of the bookshelf and the body on the wall.

In an equally terrific night at the same place, the death hints were revealed one after another, like what Agatha Christie wrote in her famous “And Then There Were None,” and more and more astonishing secrets were disclosed when reaching closer to the truth…

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Dates

Thursday 18th Oct 19:00 pm
Friday 19th Oct 19:00 pm (SOLD OUT)
Saturday 20th Oct 14:00 pm
Saturday 20th Oct 19:00 pm (SOLD OUT)

Duration: 2.5hrs (including 15mins intermission)
All performances will be in Mandarin. English surtitles will be screened each performance for non-Chinese speakers

Venue

Union Theatre, ground floor, Union House, University of Melbourne

Tickets

Early Bird (until Sept. 2nd) :
– Standard shows: $18
– Last show: $20

Full Fee (after Sept. 2nd):
– Standard shows: $22
– Last show: $25

Bookings: please contact Ticketing Manager, Taco 0426202381 by text for ticket booking. Please include your name, mobile number, show date and the number of tickets.

Accessibility

The Union Theatre is wheelchair accessible.
We accept the companion card. Present your Companion Card when collecting your ticket from box office and a second ticket will be issued for your companion at no charge.

For more information about the venue, please visit: umsu.unimelb.edu.au/studentlife/theatre/access/