Part romp, part farce and a whole lot of fun – Can you decipher whodunit?
PLEASE NOTE: UNDER LICENCE REQUIRMENTS NO ALCOHOL CAN BE BROUGHT ONTO THE SITE. It can, however, be purchased from the licenced bar along with other refreshments.
Is there anything more enjoyable than lounging outside on a summer evening, watching an excellent play and enjoying a picnic at the same time? Well, that is exactly what the people of Lymm can enjoy this summer.
The scene is set: a respectable garden party to celebrate Lord Cava’s retirement and the handing over of his sparkling wine empire to his nephew, Charles.
Unsurprisingly, Charles is later found dead ……….. poisoned.
The garden party is thrown into disarray, the sardonic Inspector Back arrives to investigate and the twists and turns of a whodunit both puzzle and entertain alongside dangerous amounts of humour.
Can you solve the mystery?
Murder on the Terrace is a farcical whodunit, packed with an array of kooky characters, shocking plot twists and frankly criminal jokes!
The audience participation element in particular is a big hit, with audience members being called up on stage to take part in murder mystery themed quizzes and games, as well as being encouraged to take on the role of detective and interrogate characters in order to try and uncover the truth.
This original murder-mystery by David Kerby-Kendall is an interactive play with references to Downton, Agatha Christie, part romp, part farce and a whole lot of fun.
Come along and figure out if you can decipher ‘whodunit’?!
Want to see what it is all about? ……………….. then click on link below for Youtube excerpt.