About us

Find out a little more about the MurderedforMoney cast and directing team.

Our history

MurderedforMoney was created in 2017 by Bridget Wilkinson to offer a unique fundraising opportunity to charities, hence our slightly unusual name Murdered for Money. 

Due to the popularity and demand for MurderedforMoney events our multi award-winning teams now provide private parties, corporate entertainment, public murder mystery weekends and dinner theatre as well as team building challenges in the beautiful New Forest. However, charity work remains core to our mission and each year we are delighted to raise thousands of pounds for our charity partners. 

Our Founder

 

Bridget Wilkinson is a professional actor and director with over 30 years experience in acting, directing and producing theatre productions.  As well as her theatrical background, Bridget is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, specialising in staff development. This rare combination of expertise means that she is ideally placed to design and lead our bespoke murder mystery team building challenges.

 

Our Production Directors

 

Matt Avery – Matt is a hugely experienced actor/director who’s directing credits include two West End shows, ‘Relative Values’ at the Savoy Theatre, and ‘Eurovision’ at the Vaudeville Theatre.

 

 

 

Lisa Gilmour – Lisa has over 15 years in the business and is a LAMDA acting coach, director and actor.

 

Murderedformoney Murder Mystery Events Actor Suze Avery

 

Suz Avery – Suz has over 15 years in the business with many acting and directing accolades to her name.

  

 

The MurderedforMoney Cast

The MurderedforMoney professional company of actors are second to none.  With hundreds of years of theatre and improvisation experience between them, many are award winning in their own right. When they perform together they consistently delight and captivate audiences.  

Committed to saving the arts and the development of performing arts graduates, each year experienced team members mentor two or three talented new graduate students, helping them launch there career in performing arts. feony and