After the success that was Ali Baba, with three out of four performances sold out, the Burton Joyce Players are now in rehearsal for their spring production.
Agatha Crusty is a renowned thriller writer who also happens to have a bit of a flair for solving real crimes – and real crimes do seem to follow her around.
Take a place like Chortleby for example. As Harry, the caretaker of the village hall, says: “Nothing much ever happens in Chortleby.”
But things do start to happen as soon as Agatha arrives on the scene – murder kind of things – and DI Twigg is struggling to find the killer as the bodies begin to pile up.
This play is packed full of wit and very funny scenes, but it is also a genuine murder mystery with an ingenious plot which will tax the little grey cells of the audience. Watch carefully, the clues are there.
It can be seen at Burton Joyce Village Hall from Thursday 2nd to Saturday 4th May. Performances commence at 7:30pm.
Tickets for this Burton Joyce Players production are £8 and will be available from 1st April from the Bluebird Café and Rhubarb’s Café in Burton Joyce, along with The Book Case in Lowdham.
There can also be purchased online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/bjp.