Partridge Green Players present a clever, comical murder mystery

Murder in Play
Murder in Play

Despite the onset of autumn, things are hotting up for the cast of the Partridge Green Players’ latest project Murder in Play by Simon Brett.

Spokesman Peter Hurrell explained: “This comedy murder mystery has been jointly directed by Liz Ganney and Peter Deeming, both veterans of the re-formed Players, who have pooled their previous on-stage experience to get the best out of their enthusiastic cast.

“The play is a cleverly constructed murder mystery depicting life imitating art during a budget production of Murder at Priorswell Manor, when one of the cast is murdered on stage.

“The rampant egos among the inept company of actors mean that each could have a motive: Christa, a fading soap actress, the monstrous director himself, or perhaps his dippy mistress.”

Despite all the drama offstage the show must go on.

The production is in Partridge Green Village Hall, November 9-12.

Tickets from Louisa Jayne Hairdressers and The Partridge Pub.

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