Cluedo 2 image, showing 'Miss Scarlett' on some playing cards from the board game.


Following the huge success of the critically acclaimed original play, Cluedo is back on stage in 2024 with a brand new comedy mystery. The hilarious whodunnit returns with a new story, a new house, new suspects and lots of new bodies.

Based on the classic Hasbro boardgame, the five month UK tour marks the world premiere of Cluedo 2 – The Next Chapter, which will visit the Theatre Royal Nottingham from Tuesday 21 to Saturday 25 May 2024.

With an original new story set in the 60s, featuring The Honourable Mrs. Emerald Peacock, Colonel Eugene Mustard, ‘Professor’ Alex Plum, Miss Annabel Scarlett,The ReverendHal Green and the housekeeper Mrs White, Cluedo 2 – The Next Chapter is a riotous spoof of a comedy thriller penned by the BAFTA Award winning TV writing duo, Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, whose numerous credits include Birds of a Feather and Dreamboats and Petticoats, and directed by Mark Bell, who directed the original Cluedo play in the UK and the worldwide phenomenon, The Play That Goes Wrong

As the bodies pile up and our infamous colourful characters dart from room to room trying to escape the murderer and survive the night, Cluedo 2, will keep you guessing right up to the finale and invites budding detectives of all ages to watch for the clues and unravel the secrets, as they try to work out whodunnit… with what… and where!

Produced by JAS Theatricals, Gabriel Creative Partners, The Araca Group and Lively McCabe Entertainment. Casting will be announced soon.


Cluedo 2

Theatre Royal Nottingham

Tuesday 21 to Saturday 25 May 2024

Tue-Sat 7.30pm, Wed matinee 2pm, Sat matinee 2.30pm

£19.50 – £45.50 plus discounts for Members*, Under 26s, and Groups 0115 989 5555

Age Guidance 12+

*Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham Membership scheme offers benefits including ticket discounts and exclusive pre-sales.  For more information please visit

Posted on 21 August 2023

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