Another murder? Or just a terrible accident?

Another murder? Or just a terrible accident?

David Littlewood as Lord Muck, decidedly cross with his son Jeremy, played by Erik van Lint.
One of the guests at the shooting party held by Lord and Lady Muck up at the Manor was found dead – was it an accident or was it a murder?
Police are poised to spring into action to discover the truth in Aperitivo Performance Group’s new Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre presentation, The Shooting Party.
Certainly the dead man had a number of enemies amongst the population of the local village – Lord Muck couldn’t stand him, his wife appeared to be nervous of him, even young Master Jeremy, who invited him to the event, seemed to thoroughly dislike him!
And then there are the villagers – poor Mrs Blenkinsop, wife of the Major, is strangely upset by seeing a ‘strange man’ in the street, and Miss Rebecca Resentful knows him as the lover who recently cast her aside like a worn out glove.
Miss Prunes and Miss Prism at the local library observe – and gossip about – it all!
Set in the 1920s, audiences will enjoy 40 minutes of hilarious theatre and can then chew over the clues during dinner. After dinner comes the denouement, and the selection of one lucky, prize-winning member of the audience whose keen intellect unmasked the guilty party.
If you have an appetite for crime, reserve a seat at one of the following performances of Aperitivo’s The Shooting Party:
Friday May 23, Holiday Inn Algarve, Armação de Pêra
Saturday May 24, Moncarapacho Casa do Povo
Friday May 30, Clube de Tavira, Tavira
Saturday May 31, Museum São Brás
Information about tickets will be announced soon.
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By JANE PAGE