‘An incredible feat… Leaves no stone unturned ★★★★’ – LondonTheatre1
‘It is impossible not to catch their infectious enthusiasm’ – A Younger Theatre
‘The movements the cast create are arresting’ – The Upcoming
Worcestershire, 1943: Four boys find a human skull hidden in a tree. Police then discover the partial skeleton of a female. Despite countless enquiries, the woman cannot be identified. Until the messages appear.
Tracing a case that has baffled investigators for 70 years, Pregnant Fish have been given access to police documents in order to solve this murder on stage.
A mystery that stretches from Birmingham to Berlin, from Nazi spy rings to witchcraft, this is the perfect show for fans of ‘Making a Murderer’, ‘My Favourite Murder’ and other True Crime.
Supported by Worcester Archives and Archaeology Service.