A comic radio play presented live on stage with the assistance of the audience.
An American Wild West town 1870.
A travelling English Theatre company are performing Scenes from Shakespeare when lone gunslinger The Wanderer comes up against a gang of outlaws.
When the gunsmoke clears Mrs Speakwell lies dead.
But who killed the English actress?
This daft and entertaining show gives the audience the chance to make the sound effects and take part in scenes as they are recorded in a special edition of the play.
There’s a part for everyone in…The Mystery of the Blue Moon Saloon.
★★★★★ Northern Arts Review "Rip-roaringly funny – a real delight"
"The fun is packed into every line, every exchange of hats, every press of a button on the sound equipment. It is slapstick at its best from well-seasoned performers. It is not often you can experience an audience ranging from eight-year-olds to octogenarians all crying with laughter at the same thing – but you can experience this down at the Blue Moon Saloon."
"Ye-ha! Mystery of the Blue Moon Saloon. Absolutely brilliant. Amazing character actors, each playing many parts in many hats. It was bound to be fun. What made it exceptional was the way they engaged us. We were encouraged to be outrageous as members of the notorious Appleby Gang, wearing cowboy hats and firing our “guns”. We laughed and clapped as the mystery unfolded. Fab evening. Every one seemed to be leaving with a smile.”
- Kirkby Stephen Social Club, Cumbria
"The village hall was bustling on Sunday night for the performance of The Mystery of the Blue Moon Saloon by the talented team Ragged Edge Productions brought to Grasmere by Highlights Rural Touring Scheme. The actors were brilliant at playing several characters at once in a very entertaining story line.
The performance involved audience participation, including recording some of the sound effects, which was great fun, and with guidance and prompts from the actors you actually felt like you were truly contributing and supporting the making of a live radio show.
All in all a very entertaining evening, with plenty of laughter along the way! We would definitely recommend seeing the show!”
- Grasmere Village Hall, Cumbria
This show is available for private bookings.
A lively entertainment with a part for everyone!
For enquiries contact email@example.com
Autumn Tour 2023:
Fri 6th October 7.00pm Lostock Hall Library PR5 5TU
Sat 7th October 6.30pm Bolton-le-Sands Library LA5 8DN
Sun 8th October 7.00pm Parbold Village Hall WN8 7DN
Fri 20th October 7.00pm Blackburn Central Library BB2 1AG
Sat 21st October 7.30pm Birch Community Centre, Manchester M14 5JT
Spring Tour 2023:
Sun 12th March 7.30pm Bassenthwaite Parish Room CA12 4QJ
Thurs 20th April 7.30pm Neuadd Dyfi LL35 0NR
Friday 21st April 7.00pm Corris Institute SY20 9SS
Sat 22nd April 7.30pm Brigham Memorial Hall CA13 0TG
Fri 5th May 7.30pm Ullock Village Hall CA14 4TP
Sat 6th May 7.30pm St.Bees Village Hall CA27 0BN
Fri 12th May 7.30pm Kirkby Stephen Sports and Social Club CA17 4QN
Sat 13th May 7.00pm Wetheral Community Village Hall CA4 8HE
Sun 14th May 7.30pm Grasmere Village Hall LA22 9TA
Sat 20th May 7.00pm Wingates Village Institute NE65 8RW