Date

15 - 24 August

Time

10:00 pm

Venue

Underbelly Bristo Square

Tickets from

£11.50

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Comedy

Blood on the Clocktower: Live

Find the demon, save the town, or die laughing.

The award-winning social deduction game Blood on the Clocktower returns to the Fringe as a live comedy show. Hosted by Jon Gracey (Werewolf: Live, No Rolls Barred) and featuring a revolving cast of comedians, Blood on the Clocktower: Live is a night of gothic chaos and carnage. Will the townsfolk of Ravenswood Bluff finally destroy the demon – or will they only destroy each other? 

Best Board Game of All Time - Board Game Rundown
Recommended by Shut Up & Sit Down
Best Party Game 2022 - Tabletop Gaming Magazine UK
Best Newcomer Nominee, Brighton Fringe 2017 

'Refreshingly great' ★★★★★ (Voice Mag)                                                                  
★★★★ (Moody Comedy)
 

Presented By

The Pandemonium Institute with Treehouse Productions

Duration

60 minutes

Advice

Strong language/swearing

Price

Tickets from

£11.50

Accessibility

Game show. Horror

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Voice Mag

★★★★★

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