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Mischief Theatre, in role as The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, brought to the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury stage an uproariously funny murder mystery entitled The Murder at Haversham Manor and it went south, literally., with dangerous and risky tricks that left audiences clutching on to their seats as pieces of stage fell off and got thrown around, sometimes missing the actors by inches.The actors were so efficient in everything they did, from balancing three objects across two body parts, to expertly delivering their lines while dodging canvasses, candelabras and each other.At his trial, Bolinger was asked by defence counsel Paul Jarvis whether he had ever attempted to kill anyone, eaten human flesh or sexually assaulted a child.

Her overproduction of movement as she spoke, too, was hilarious.

It eventually fell down while an actor was under it, but the dexterity by which the actors moved and positioned themselves, made the accidents sort of safe, and we could exhale once again.

Mischief Theatre is like Alton Towers, you queue to get on, you get several scares, and then you want to hop on again and again.

Patrick Warner who plays Chris playing Inspector Carter was a comedy genius.

Every reaction was crafted to perfection, and his lines were well-timed with the action. He played the director too, so it was particularly hilarious when, under his breath, he would mutter a direction to understudies that had come on to fill in for a part.

Her overproduction of movement as she spoke, too, was hilarious.

It eventually fell down while an actor was under it, but the dexterity by which the actors moved and positioned themselves, made the accidents sort of safe, and we could exhale once again.

Mischief Theatre is like Alton Towers, you queue to get on, you get several scares, and then you want to hop on again and again.

Patrick Warner who plays Chris playing Inspector Carter was a comedy genius.

Every reaction was crafted to perfection, and his lines were well-timed with the action. He played the director too, so it was particularly hilarious when, under his breath, he would mutter a direction to understudies that had come on to fill in for a part.

On his profile he listed his interests as "cannibalism, mainly the hunting and preparation of young but sometimes not so young women".