Deadly Fame

£19.95 incl. 20% VAT

During the premiere, Juliet thrusts a stage dagger into herself on stage in front of a full house. As Juliet dies, it becomes clear – Somebody must have switched the prop with a real dagger.

For 5 – 8 players: 4 female and 4 male roles ()
Delivery: 3 – 5 working days.
SKU: 4260357831023

Welcome to the exciting world of Minebury City Theatre! You have all been working towards this premiere for a long time: “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare.

But the production seems ill-fated. Patrick was rejected a few weeks ago when he asked Juliet’s hand in marriage. As such, everyone was anxious to see how it would turn out when the two lead actors appeared on stage together. At first the premiere seemed to run smoothly. At 8:00 pm, the curtain rose in front of a full house. The play lasted three hours including the intermission.

At the end of the play, at 11:00 pm, the tragedy occurred: Juliet picked up the stage dagger behind the stage from amongst the other props. She dramatically thrust the blade into her body. At first the audience was enthralled by her impressive performance. But when Patrick saw Juliet’s blood and called out for a doctor, the audience realised what they had just witnessed was in fact a real tragedy: Somebody had switched the stage dagger with a real knife.

Arriving shortly after, the emergency services could do nothing but pronounce Juliet dead at the scene. The question is: Which of the people present is responsible for Juliet’s gruesome death?


For 5 – 8 players: 4 female and 4 male roles (). Male roles can be played by women and vice versa (What does that mean?)


Suitable from 18 years


2 – 4 hours

Game content

1 Game Manual, 8 Game Booklets, 1 Incident Booklet (includes of prologue, incidents, solution), 8 name badges, 1 support code

Here you will find recipe ideas, playlists, and suggestions for costume and decoration.

Menu suggestions Starter

As a starter we recommend Bread and tomato soup.

Main course

For the premiere party we suggest Cajun salmon with rosemary sweet potato wedges.


A cake or torte will make the perfect dessert, e.g. Salted Caramel–Chocolate Tart.


Nobody has to dress up, but it’s twice as much fun to dress up. Let your imagination run wild or use our costume suggestions.


We have prepared our Epic Fame Playlist for you on Spotify.

The Circle of Suspects

  • Illustration Paul Hopkins

    Paul Hopkins (49)

    The highly successful theatre manager and director hopes his latest production will be a great success with the press and public.The highly successful theatre manager and director hopes his latest production will be a great success with the press and public.

  • Illustration Patrick Bradshaw

    Patrick Bradshaw (34)

    The brilliantly handsome Patrick was once voted actor of the year many years ago. He is the victim’s spouse and played the role of Romeo.

  • Illustration Irina Ivanova

    Irina Ivanova (22)

    This young woman with Russian heritage recently joined the ensemble from drama school. This is why she was unable to secure herself a role in the current production.

  • Illustration Daniel Henderson

    Daniel Henderson (24)

    With his glassy eyes he is the perfect actor to play messed up characters. The press praises him highly.

  • Illustration Ronald Ambrose

    Ronald Ambrose (50)

    As stage manager, he is the organisational brain of the theatre. He is the kind-hearted soul of the house and gets on excellently with the whole crew.

  • Illustration Katie Reynolds

    Katie Reynolds (30)

    As Pauls’s assistant director, she has to hold her nerve. Katie dreams of her own first production in which she can design and manage everything just as she wants it.

  • Illustration Melissa Silver

    Melissa Silver (28)

    Katie’s partner works at the theatre as a costume designer. But she sees her future at the great fashion shows around the world.

  • Illustration Rita Stewart

    Rita Stewart (31)

    Rita was employed just this season as the new prompter. She would have liked to become an actress herself.