Popular theatre group to stage whodunnit spoof
- Credit: Archant
A popular amateur dramatic troupe are set to set the stage alight once again as they return with a brand new show.
Loddon players will be performing Peter Gordon’s ‘Death by Murder’ at Loddon Lecture Hall in George Lane on Friday, July 6, and Saturday, July 7.
The play is the third in the Inspector Pratt trilogy of spoofs inspired by Agatha Christie’s whodunnit classics.
Join Pratt in his latest caper of murder and mystery with the colourful Miss Maple and Constable Thomkins.
Saturday’s performance will begin at 7.30pm while two shows, at 2.30pm and 7.30pm are set for the Sunday.
Tickets for the performance, costing £7 or £5 concessions, are available from Loddon Garden and Seed Centre in Bridge Street.
They can also be bought directly from the cast by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01508 521006 between 6pm and 10pm.
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A spokesman added: “Book early and be assured of an entertaining evening with the welcome return of this popular group.”