368 are a Brighton-based Theatre Company that have been producing plays, musicals and murder mystery events since 1992.

In May 2017, they are presenting three plays as part of the Brighton Fringe Festival, in the atmospheric Old Police Cells below Brighton Town Hall : IN CONVERSATION WITH AN ACID BATH MURDERER, THE BRIGHTON KILLERS and OLIVE AND BOSIE, a new play about Lord Alfred Douglas. For performance details and tickets, go to www.brightonfringe.org

Every month, they produce a new episode of "The Morlington Mysteries", the country's only "murder mystery soap opera", in several venues, including Arundel Jailhouse, Preston Manor (Brighton), Whitstable Castle and Spa Valley Railway in Tunbridge Wells.

Although each event can be enjoyed in its own right, 368 Theatre Company are attracting many "regular customers" who are eager to discover what happens next in the sleepy Cornish villages of Morlington Hill and Pogley Wood!

Full details of upcoming events can be found on the events calendar.

“A stunning performance which cleverly combined some serious and convincing acting with a light, soufflé style approach. Very appropriate.” - West Sussex County Times    