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The Travellers of Crime

Cultural, Theatre in Cannes
  • The actors take visible pleasure throughout this hectic in camera show, served by a text of clockwork precision, woven with historical and literary references and sprinkled with tasty touches of humour. Driving to Crime

  • Set fifteen years after the events of The Circle of Whitechapel and using most of the same characters, The Travellers in Crime offers a breathtaking new investigation! 1908: the Orient Express leaves Turkey, which is in the midst of a civil war. Eminent travellers Arthur Conan Doyle, father of Sherlock Holmes, and the famous playwright George Bernard Shaw join their friend, the creator of Dracula, Bram Stoker, on board. But no sooner have they entered the carriage than screams are heard: a...
    Set fifteen years after the events of The Circle of Whitechapel and using most of the same characters, The Travellers in Crime offers a breathtaking new investigation! 1908: the Orient Express leaves Turkey, which is in the midst of a civil war. Eminent travellers Arthur Conan Doyle, father of Sherlock Holmes, and the famous playwright George Bernard Shaw join their friend, the creator of Dracula, Bram Stoker, on board. But no sooner have they entered the carriage than screams are heard: a hysterical young girl claims her mother has disappeared. The problem is that, apart from her, no one remembers seeing her. The problem is that apart from her, no one remembers seeing her. Intrigued, the three friends investigate throughout the night. The task is difficult and these one-night investigators will go from surprise to surprise during a night of mystery, murder and adventure! In The Whitechapel Circle we were on the trail of Jack the Ripper, but in this new police investigation the author invites us on a long journey for a bluffing game of Cluedo in the refined universe of the most famous train in the world, the Orient Express!

    The actors take visible pleasure throughout this hectic in camera show, served by a text of clockwork precision, woven with historical and literary references and sprinkled with tasty touches of humour. Driving to Crime !
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • Rates
    ALL AUDIENCE from 10 years old
    CAT. 1
    Full Price: 28€ / Reduced Price: 25€
    Carte liberté : 23€ / Subscriber : 21€
    Young people -26 years old: 14€.

    CAT. 2
    Full: 22€ / Reduced: 20€ / Subscriber: 11€
    Carte liberté : 18€ / Young people -26 years old : 11€
    E-Pass and school groups: 10€.
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  • On March 18, 2023 at 8:30 PM