The theatre company has announced a new digital production that will revitialise empty offices to bring colleagues together.

Performed and streamed live from audience’s offices, Murder on the 28th Floor will bring people together through Zoom for this interactive and uniquely immersive whodunnit is a chance to digitally vacate the home office – spare room or kitchen table – and revisit the old for a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience.

In order to bring back the social element of office-life, participants will be able to interrogate potential suspects, solve crimes, and playing incredibly silly games, as they witness their office become the stage for this immersive Zoom spectacle.

Artistic Director of District Theatre Marie Hamilton comments: “For nearly seven months many people have been working remotely and only seeing their colleagues through a screen – we can’t change that, but we can flip it on its head and make a group call an absolute riot. It’s so important to laugh, no matter how dark things get.”

District Theatre is a relatively new company created by Marie Hamilton and Christian Loveless last year, which launched with their show The Town at the Drayton Arms Theatre in September 2019. Their tragicomedy we don’t have to do this, about their 60 days of protest outside Westminster,
is currently in development.

Murder on the 28th Floor will run from the 2nd November until the 29th January 2021. For more more information visit: