Murder Mystery Dinner - Death of a Suffragette

In November 1935 a young Historian is working on a new book about the Women’s Suffrage movement in the run up to the Great War. He chances upon the details of a tragic accident that happened on August 15th, 1913 when a supposed protesting Suffragette fell off a platform at Paddington Station and was hit and tragically killed by the Royal Train as it was returning from a trip to the Westcountry.
Looking into the background of the deceased he is far from happy with what he finds and so he decides to call together all those who were involved with the victim to see if he can unravel what he considers quite possibly to have been a murder.
The invited guests are not aware that each of them has been contacted and are shocked to have been brought back together after all these years.
As the evening unfolds, secrets are revealed, and tensions rise.
The young Historian calls on the other’s present at the event to join him in trying to catch a killer, if indeed it had been a case of murder. All the clues will be there, but will they be correctly deduced.
The truth will be revealed before the evening is out.

Tickets are £25.50 and the evenings 3 course menu

Starter—Vegetable Soup & Bread Roll

Main—Cottage Pie Served With Seasonal Vegetables OR Vegetarian Cottage Pie With Seasonal Vegetables

Dessert —Sticky Toffee Pudding & custard OR Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding & Vegan Custard

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