Hilarious murder-mystery dinner shows and fun-packed hosted games across Melbourne and Sydney.
A DINNER TO DIE FOR
A Dinner to Die For is set in 1928, Lord Quinten Daventry hosts his party bash. Rumour in social circles is that he will announce his engagement to Miss Fanny. Agatha Christie in spirit – all cut glass accents, pearls, flapper dresses, army outfits and monocles – with lashings of sexual innuendo and double entendres. – INTRIGUED?
HOSTED MURDER-MYSTERY GAMES
Book a costumed, murder mystery party host for your own home or venue. We have a wide range of themes and stories available to suit any group, some provided in partnership with Murder in a Box. We can arrange for a professional party host to lead your private group through your own hosted murder mystery game.
CORPORATE CELEBRATION OR PRIVATE PARTY?
Time Star invites you and your friends to cast aside your inhibitions and party your way back to the 80s. Your host, and the brains behind the world’s first commercial time machine, is TJ Packham, a flamboyant, sex mad, ego-centric entrepreneur with a reputation for genius but also for shady dealings.
Jump on board to travel back in time with Time Star
Our dinner shows are a theatre show… but not as you’ve experienced before. Our events are a dinner, a party, a show, a comedy, a musical, a murder-mystery, a sparkling night of crazy fun, entertainment and more.
“a jolly good show” latest review from Aussie Theatre ( April 2014)
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and you team for a fantastic night of entertainment. The format was excellent for my team, as it allowed us to participate in a unique way. A perfect way to celebrate our professional success. I would recommend it, more than a show, more than a dinner, it’s a great night of entertainment… From the team at Capital Smart, THANK YOU.”
“Non stop hilarity.... highly recommended”The Plus Ones April 2016
“..a rollicking good time….it’s recommended…four stars”– Herald Sun April 2011
“…comedic brilliance..”– Theatre People April 2012
“a jolly good show”– Aussie Theatre , April 2014
“..stunning improvisation.”– Theatre People April 2011
“.. improvisational skills are top notch”– Theatre Nerd, April 2014
“it really is brilliant!”– Theatre People
“We had an amazing time. The host was fantastic and was able to wrangle our team and keep us focused and in the game over the hours with dinner and alcohol haha. The restaurant staff said they had so much fun watching us as well. So good times for all involved.
I would highly recommend your company.”Rusty, Infiniti Telecommunications
“Thank you for entertaining all our staff . The feedback has been very positive and everyone had a wonderful time lots of laughter!”Michelle Good, Henry Bucks
“Every year we look to do something different and hope that we come up with a winner – we came up with a winner this time around.”Ron Jennings, Barker & Jennings
“ a massive thanks for putting together a phenomenal murder mystery party. I can truly say it was one of the best nights I have had and it will definitely go down in my history books.”Paul, Lime & Tonic
“I was thrilled with how the night went! . The team were absolutely engaging, fun and the whole group had a fantastic time. True experts at setting the mood and reading the crowd.”Erin Hempenstall. Australia Post
“I would like to thank Bare Elements Productions for a very entertaining night that was enjoyed by all.Madeleena Dixon, PDS Group
I would highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a fun night filled with endless laughter!”
“A fabulous option. Our staff loved it. I would recommend it to anyone looking for something different. Thanks to the team’s fantastic efforts”Claire Marshall, Utilisoft
“Yesterday was an absolute ripper – everyone just loved it and had a ball. Thank you and the cast so much – it was totally perfect and exactly what we needed”Jane Rowe, Mirabel Foundation
“Everyone had a wonderful night, was so much fun. Thanks again for a great nights entertainment, will certainly be recommending for sure.”Vicki Price, Brivis
“I haven't been able to stop talking about the show and it will remain with me for many years to come”A Dinner To Die For guest
Meet The Stars
Simon J Robinson