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Sleuth describes itself as "an up-close dance theatre mystery show unlike any other." Now, that might just be because up-close dance theatre mystery shows aren't the most common thing you'll find in theatres across the country, but it's enough to pique your interest regardless. Presented by ZoieLogic Dance Theatre, Sleuth is part detective mystery and part dance theatre. Sleuth will be at NST City Studio for three shows from March 3rd till March 5th 2018.



Sleuth is a classic film noir detective story performed in a slightly unconventional way. Its protagonist is Detective Miller, who works solving crimes in 1950s Britain. It's a show where you can't always trust that the constabulary are the good guys and where crime is on the rise.

Perhaps the most interesting part of the show is the audience participation, with audience members fully involving themselves in the drama of the mystery and leading the story by dictating which clues to follow and what choices to make.



Tickets for Sleuth are £14 or £10 for concessions. They can be purchased from the NST website or by calling the box office on 023 8067 1771. Wheelchair accessibility and hearing enhancements are available for all performances, but disability and wheelchair bookings should contact the box office to check availability. Sleuth runs from March 3rd till March 5th, with a special post-show Q&A being held on the Friday performance.


ZoieLogic Dance Theatre's SLEUTH — Booking Spring/Autumn 2018 from ZoieLogic Dance Theatre on Vimeo.

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Why? Dancing, detectives and mystery
When: 3-5 May 2018, see website for specific details
Phone: 023 8067 1771
Where: Nuffield Southampton Theatres City Studio
Cost: Regular: £14, Concession: £10
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