“As a massive fan of games, I LOVE Werewolves – but don’t worry, you don’t have to be a nerd to love it too. Nick is as good as it gets when it comes to hosts – I plan to book out this show with all my family and friends, so best to get in before I do.” – Rachel Chant, Festival Director
Night falls on the town of Millers Hollow. There’s trouble afoot and werewolves are stalking the innocent villagers. As each morning breaks, the death toll rises and it’s up to the villagers to try and find the werewolves lurking in plain sight among them. In this immersive game of accusation, deceit and murder, a room full of strangers are each given a card with their role and pitted against each other as they try to work together to weed out the werewolves and avoid hanging their own. Is the person sitting across from you telling the truth? Are they a villager as they claim to be? Are they avoiding eye contact? Or are you being played and about to become the next corpse on the pile?
Expert games master (and undertaker of Millers Hollow) Nicholas Giles Phillips esq. creates a dramatic sense of unease as he leads players through this cat and mouse game, calmly informing players of the latest victim of the werewolves’ wrath.
“Part murder mystery, part detective game… Thoroughly entertaining and expertly delivered, ‘Werewolves’ is a fun way to spend an hour but it could cost you some friendships” – Scenestr
“Incredible interactive fringe show… If you’re looking for a fun night with your friends or family, this game like experience is for you.” – theadelaideshow.com
WINNER: Adelaide Fringe 2023 Best Interactive Show
Thu 6 – Sat 8 July 5pm, 7:15pm, 9pm
Sun 9 July 3pm, 5pm, 7:15pm
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Creator Nicholas Phillips
Meet the Creator:
Nick Phillips studied Fine Art Sculpture at Sheffield Polytechnic (Sheffield Hallam University), founded The Designers Republic, gaining worldwide acclaim for graphic design. Head artist at Sony Leeds winning a Bafta for the Playstation Wip3out racing game, Nick is currently freelance graphic designer/artist working for various clients including: The Adelaide Fringe, Richard Hawley, Alex Frayne, Lou Blackwell, Annabell Crabb, Jo Zealand. He has painted numerous murals in the UK and in Adelaide, and has been performing ‘Werewolves’ interactive game show for 6 years during Adelaide Fringe, 2 years at Edinburgh Fringe and Natimuk Fringe, plus various corporate events. Nick is also the builder of 7.5m yurt that has been rented out to many festivals and events and will become an Adelaide Fringe venue for 2023.
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