LynchPin Productions Theatre Company presents a special ScripTease Gala Dinner Theatre Fundraiser.
Such a dirty deed, indeed. the film star Charles Kavanagh is found dead in the mud bath at an exclusive health spa. Was he murdered? If so, who killed him? And why? Of course, no one can leave because the roads are closed due to a snow storm, the phones are dead and no one can get a mobile signal. Perfect.
Follow the clues with Detective Inspector Harris in the fun-filled whodunit while enjoying a delicious three-course dinner cooked up by Jane Heritage of Cafe Mila. Chocolate, both savoury and sweet, will be the theme of the meal, including chocolate mud pie for dessert.
Oh, and prizes donated by local businesses, including G Live (Footloose voucher for 2), Watts Gallery (Breakfast Tour for 2), and CH Wakeling Butchers and many more. Dress code: Glad Rags (or Dress to Kill, whichever you prefer).
Tickets are £35 and available online at BrownPaperTickets: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2794456 7.30pm for 8.00pm start.
Funds are being raised for LynchPin’s Artifice production of: Rotten Perfect, by Claire Parker regarding the life of Ellen Terry, muse to GF Watts, to be presented at Watts Gallery on 29, 30 September and 1 October as part of his 200th birthday celebrations. Paintings of Ellen Terry from the National Portrait Gallery will be present for these performances.