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Atlanta — By Katrina Verweel on May 12, 2010 at 5:11 pm
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A Taste of Murder Mystery, Comedy, and a 5-Course Meal

For those interested in a night of good food, comedy, and a good old murder mystery game, Agatha’s is a great place to check out. Holding a maxim of 170 people at a time, get prepared for a night of laughs accompanied by a 5-course meal and a specific and important part in the murder mystery game.  Every show is an original comedy murder mystery play and takes place between the courses of your meal.

The theatre dining room is set up with many tables and chairs able to fit large groups of people along with a full bar. There is no stage; the professional actors move about the room leading the murder mystery game so everyone has a chance to hear and see everything that is going on. However, there are only two professional actors in the show so the rest is up to the audience. And remember: everyone is a suspect!

The five-course meal includes appetizers, soup, salad, a choice of entrée, and then dessert. Waiters come around to take your entrée order, and wine is always served with dinner for those of age.

Agatha’s Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre is located at 161 Peachtree Center Ave (map), and parking is $5.00 so bring it in for validation.

Showtimes: Tuesday-Thursday at 7:30 pm, Friday 8:00 pm, Saturday: 7:30 pm, Sunday: 6:00 pm
* Try to show up at least 15 minutes before showtime.

Tickets: Sunday-Friday $60.00 per person, Saturday $62.50 per person

Dress Code: Dinner casual

For more information, click here.

To see a video of Agatha’s Murder Mystery Dinner, click here.

Photo credit: Erik Charlton

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