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America's Number One Detective Agency

Sunday 30 July 2017 - Monday 07 August 2017


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America’s Number One Detective Agency: a noir comedy.

Vivian O’Connell was the best detective this side of Los Angeles, that was until the Wallace Case exploded and Bobby Munroe took her title, and all the good cases with it.

When a distressed starlet comes asking for help, Vivian has no choice but to take a case that’s beneath her (in more ways than one) in this hilarious noir romp.

In a town where everyone has a part to play, just how far will Vivian have to go to reconcile her title and prove herself as the number one detective in America.

Using fast paced physical theatre inspired by classics such as Mildred Pierce and The Third Man, America's Number One Detective Agency is a slick and comedic outing through the world of private eyes, murderous gangsters and the dangerous side of Hollywood.


15 Age suitability
The first half runs for 75 minutes


General Admission £ 10

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Dates & Times

Next Performance Sunday 30 July 2017

Runs  until Monday 07 August 2017

Sun Jul 30, 2017 @ 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Mon Jul 31, 2017 @ 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Sun Aug 06, 2017 @ 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Mon Aug 07, 2017 @ 8:00PM - 10:00PM


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Creative Team

Fleur de Wit appearing as Vivian O’Connell

Siobhan Cha Cha appearing as Joey Vincent

Alex Hinson appearing as Betty Channing

Hamish Adams-Cairns appearing as Bobby Munroe

Iain Gibbons appearing as Edward “Teddy” Worthington

Oliver-David Harrison appearing as Larry Siegeli


Director: Anna Marshall

Assistant Director: Isabella Bassett

Writer: Liv Hunterson

Designer: Natalie Jackson

Lighting Designer: Katrin Padel

Press: Heather Ralph

Produced by Fatale Femme  


"Great fringe theatre - Upstairs from the pub, very intimate stage allowing the audience to become part of the performance."

December 2015