You are cordially invited to a light-hearted murder...
Mystery Evening with a delicious fish & chips supper, a full-of-fun evening where you get to play the sleuth. All this is happening at the Fulbourn Centre,
Banking on Murder
The evening's entertainment will be an enjoyable dramatised reading with all characters portrayed by our talented actors, in the Townley Memorial Hall, Fulbourn Centre, Home End, Fulbourn, CB21 5BS. Your challenge is to identify the cunning murderer(s) from the clues scattered throughout the play. As the play progresses, various clues will be presented to you and to help you, there will be an opportunity to talk to the characters when the play has finished. There will be a stupendous prize of 'crime-related' goodies plus some delicious treats to enjoy whilst you are watching/reading them for the individual or team who correctly identifies the killer(s) and states the other incriminating facts.
What it's about: Eight VERY rich individuals come together for a mysterious weekend business meeting deep in the heart of the English countryside. The year is 2016 and the American Presidential Election is proving to be of more interest than usual, especially for two of the guests, and with most of the others having personal or professional reasons for murder, ONE guest will certainly not be asked on Monday, 'Did you have a good weekend?'
The fish & chips (or chicken or veggieburger) will be freshly brought to the Hall at about 8-8.15pm, by the award-winning Fish'n'Chick'n in Cherryhinton Road, Cambridge, when we shall have an interval after Act One for you to enjoy your meal. We can provide a delicious dessert also (optional extra) and, after the end of Act Two, you can ask questions of the suspects, directly, if you wish, or via our Host, and then finalise your answers as to who the murderer is. Wine, tea, coffee and soft drinks will be available in the Hall and further drinks can be bought from the Fulbourn Institute Bar in the Fulbourn Centre. There will also be a raffle. Ticket prices are as follows:
This not to be missed and never to be repeated
(well, not THIS play, anyway!) evening is on: