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Banking on Murder – Sat 24 June 2017

LlamaDrama presents:
Banking on Murder
A murder mystery and fish’n’chips evening – suitable for children
Saturday 24 June in the Townley Hall, Fulbourn Centre, Home End
Doors open at 7.00pm for a prompt start at 7.30pm.
Banking on Murder is a dramatized reading, acted by eight members of LlamaDrama – Kathy Cutmore, Colin Ransom, Dave Weir, John Koch, Anastasia Borakis, Faye Dower, Harvey Clark and Carole Ransom. The play is directed by Andrew Clark.
Millionaire Charles Goldmangetty invites a number of guests to his palatial mansion, but before the weekend is over, one of the guests is murdered, and everybody seems to have a motive. Your task, as a team, a couple or singly, is to do a ‘Miss Marple’ and use the clues given to find out ‘whodunnit’, with the chance of winning a splendid prize. You will have an opportunity to question the ‘suspects’, either directly or via the Host.
For more details and for booking online, go to the website: www.llamadrama.org.uk
Tickets for the play and meal are £11; concessions (60 and over) £9.50; children aged 16 and under £8; kids’ meals £6. There is an optional dessert for £1. Booking is essential.
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