MURDER most foul is coming to Guy’s Cliffe House in Warwick this September.
The Slaughterhouse Players’ next production is a 1930s-style murder mystery, hosted by the fictional Countess of Warwick.
An exclusive guest list includes the Duke of Windsor, Anthony Eden MP and local celebrities of the time.
But one visitor has murder in mind.
As those under suspicion invariably begin to point the finger, this tongue-in-cheek performance will have the audience guessing – and giggling – from start to finish.
The performance will be held at 1pm on Sunday September 3. Tickets cost £15 and include a roaring-30s style buffet. All profits from the performance will be donated to Guy’s Cliffe House.
Tickets are available from The Old Post Office Pub, 7 Square, Warwick Books and Warwick Tourist Information Centre.