It’s midsummer’s day, 1921, members of the Warbrook household are preparing for a celebration evening and a sumptuous feast is being prepared.
Everyone is busy, including the Head Gardener who is collecting herbs from the garden to help the cook with the stuffing…
Fragile relationships begin to crumble and suddenly, tempers flare…the Colonel has gone for a lie down in preparation for the evening’s entertainment and a blood-curdling scream is heard. Sarah Potts, the Chambermaid appears from nowhere, whispers something to Cleeves the Butler who announces the Colonel had been found dead….
We gather in the atmospheric Victorian Goods Shed for a delicious two-course carvery supper including a large glass of wine, a beer or soft drink followed by the spine-tingling, brain-taxing Murder Mystery main event… as is customary on these occasions, dress to impress!!