From the comfort of armchairs in the studio, three amateur sleuths, they watch the drama play out as Mortcliff’s crack team of detectives make enquiries with the local residents. But in a show where everyone has a motive, it might prove harder to catch the culprit than you think. The Armchair Detectives are introduced to suspects, uncover vital clues and share their thoughts and theories as the story unfolds, before making their final accusation in a bid to win the golden magnifying glass trophy.
Featuring several of our BAA clients, watch the series every week day at quarter past 2 to find out WhoDunnit?
BAA’s Natali McCleary features in Guilt, the first drama commission for BBC Scotland’s new digital channel. This new four-part drama series is written by Neil Forsyth and features Mark Bonnar and…Read More
Fibres is a brand new collaboration by the Citizens Theatre and Stellar Quines, and features Maureen Carr as Beanie. “We were two weans playing at wee hooses, him in his first job…Read More
Annie Grace joins the cast of The Tale of Little Bevan – a new production by Pentabus, which tours this autumn. In a peaceful Norfolk village, three people are seeking…Read More
Huge congratulations to Fiona Wood and David Rankine, who each picked up an award at Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s 25th annual Leon Sinden Awards. Audiences and visitors throughout the theatre’s Summer Season…Read More
This autumn, The Tron hosts the world premiere of Gary McNair’s adaptation of The Alchemist, featuring BAA’s Neshla Caplan and Stephen Clyde. ‘Douse your hair in treacle, it will act…Read More
The Sweetest Growl opens at Oran Mor on Monday 7 October, directed by Lesley Hart and featuring Hilary Lyon. In the 1950’s, Gorbals-born Mary McGowan was the sensational singer with cult…Read More