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Latest line up of performance at The Brewers Canal Street.

Latest line up of performance at The Brewers Canal Street.

Solve-Along-A-Murder-She-Wrote at The Brewers: "Murder Takes the Bus"

September 23rd

Pit your wits against JB Fletcher at Solve-Along-A-Murder-She-Wrote an interactive screening of the classic Murder, She Wrote episode “Murder Takes the Bus". Jessica Fletcher takes the coach with Sheriff Tupper but soon gets caught up in a murder that only JB (or you) can solve!

Solve-Along-A-Murder-She-Wrote continues its Manchester residency at the fabulous Brewers, following performances of “The Corpse Flew First Class”, “Sing a Song of Murder”, “Birds of a Feather”, “Broadway Malady”, “Jessica Behind Bars”, “If It's Thursday, It Must Be Beverly” and “A Christmas Secret”.

Hosted by super-fan Tim Benzie the night featuring games, prizes and audience participation, with special permission from NBC Universal Television. Solve-Along-A-Murder-She-Wrote celebrates all things 80s television mysteries had to offer – contrived scenarios! No DNA evidence! Massive hair! Has-been guest stars!

Solve-Along-A-Murder-She-Wrote features:

* A race to solve to the crime, via the Fameometer and the Suspiciometer!

* A sing-along to the theme tune with new lyrics!

* A Cabot Cove quiz and raffle!

* Clips and biogs of the campy guest stars!

“You’ll be swept away with Jessica Fletcher feels … it has the BEST HOST.”

Time Out London

“I’d challenge anyone to sit through this show and not get utterly invested in figuring out whodunit, whilst smiling at the comfort that this 80’s drama brings.”

4 stars ****

West End Wilma

"Never mind 'whodunnit', more like 'yougottadoit!"

4 stars ****

The Reviews Hub

Details:

7pm

Tickets: £15 

https://www.outsavvy.com/event/14419/solve-along-a-murder-she-wrote-at-the-brewers-murder-takes-the-bus

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The Art of Fitting Out by CJ Hopkins

Friday 6th October

Ever wondered what the correct etiquette is for your arrival at a sex party?  Ever wonder how to escape a dark room when you can't see?  Ever wondered what would happen if Pinocchio moved to London and got involved with the wrong group of gays?

All of this and more are answered in CJ Hopkins show ‘The Art of Fitting Out’ which comes to The Two Brewers on Canal Street, Manchester on October 6th.

CJ has a unique point of view about the state of current day dating as a gay man, and has all the best stories to prove it.  He is honest, frank and self deprecating in his approach to comedy, inviting the audience to share in some of his most crazy experiences.  CJ has taken a lifetime of poor choices and rejections in his journey to ‘fit in’ and has created a show that teaches people why ‘fitting out’ is the new way forward.

Featuring unique character comedy performances from Pinocchio and Woody the Cowboy, which combine humour, dance and a slight bit of burlesque.  This is truly a show like you have never seen before.

Details:

7.30pm

Tickets £6

https://www.outsavvy.com/event/15860/the-art-of-fitting-out-by-cj-hopkins

Published: 4-Sep-2023: (7232)

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