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Activating the Dead White Pelvis

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September 26, 2012
8:00 pmto9:00 pm
8:00 pmto9:00 pm

We all love a good murder mystery. There aren’t many of those set in Melbourne; Activating the Dead White Pelvis is one of the few that has nothing to do with the Underbelly series. A young male prostitute has been brutally murdered and his body is discovered in a City Hotel. Detectives sought after the help of the city’s high profile sex workers to establish a profile of the killer before they strike again. Murder, sex, drama, thrills, and Melbourne: what more could you ask for?

WHEN: Wednesday 26 September – Sunday 7 October, 8pm (7pm on Sundays)
WHERE: Studio 315, 37 Swanston Street (crn Flinders Lane), Melbourne
WEB: revoltproductions.com/MelbourneEvents/ByEvent/VERVE1


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