Use your “little grey cells” to help solve a double murder at Goring Village Hall.
Hold the front page! A doctor and a councillor have been murdered in a sleepy Oxfordshire village by the River Thames.
But before you start frantically searching for details online, head to Goring Village Hall where all will be revealed later this month… if you can solve the crime.
This is the second murder mystery evening being hosted there after last year’s sold-out event. The mystery is set in the village of South Goresden where not a lot happens there and that’s the way the villagers like it. The most serious crime there previously was the re-arranging of Annie Short’s gnomes into compromising positions.
In a plot to rival Midsomer Murders, this year’s challenge for sleuths is to find out who murdered the respected Dr Alistair in front of fellow councillors at a parish council meeting and new councillor Mr Langley-Watts who has been beheaded by a wire stretched across the bridleway.
What dark secrets are the villagers hiding? Can you beat PC Mark Dixon to solve the crime first? The evening of fun, food, murder and mayhem includes a two-course meal – all for £20 per person. The bar opens at 7pm, with curtain up at 7.30pm and dinner in the interval.
Teams of five to eight are invited to use their ‘little grey cells’ to solve the mystery – smaller parties can be combined on the night. All funds raised will go towards the stage renovation projection to revamp the stage area.