Travel back in time to the scene of the crime to witness the aftermath of some dark deeds at the next instalment of The Long Shop Museum's hugely popular, murder mystery on Saturday 18th March.
It’s several centuries ago, in the area around Mildenhall. The local laird is about to sit down to a feast with family and friends but the festivities are interrupted by the discovery of a body in his pond… and the mortal remains recovered from the watery depths were definitely not there by accident!
But who would want to commit murder, and why? There are a myriad of suspects in the frame. Characters include a local squire and his wife, serving wench, milkmaid, peasant farmer, priest, alchemist, housekeeper, cook, farmhand and various musicians. All are potentially guilty but can you work out what the real motive was, and who dunnit?
You too can enjoy a medieval banquet in the barn while you try and solve the puzzle.
This promises to be a highly engaging and suspense-filled evening which is designed to run alongside a three course dinner and will be led by East Anglian crime writer and murder mystery specialist Mark Mower who has served up countless literary and dramatic renditions of fascinating tales with ghoulish, unusual and unexpected twists which will add a whole new dimension to your evening.
You are welcome to take an acting role in the proceedings!
Where: The Long Shop Museum, Garrett Room
Time: 7.30 pm.
Tickets: £25.00 per person which includes a 3-course meal. To book please call 01728 833633 or 01728 832189.
As the Museum is unlicensed please feel free to bring along your own mead (or beverage of your choice). All proceeds help support The Long Shop. For details of this and other events at The Long Shop Museum, go to www.longshopmuseum.co.uk.