I love a murder mystery, especially one where the audience can really get involved (not in the murdering part obviously), and St Andrew’s Players have done a fantastic job with their autumn show, Murder At Sea.
It’s not just a play, it’s a “whodunnit” supper party evening where audiences are invited to step on board the Jubilee Fantasia for the Gala Show Evening, as she sails home on the last leg of her round-the-world voyage.
Passengers and crew find themselves embroiled in a mysterious murder, but fortunately Inspector Garbutt, who is holidaying with his wife, is on board to help solve the mystery.
Inspector Garbutt, last seen 15 years ago in The Mystery of Henry Greatrex has lost none of his detective skills, but audiences are challenged to outwit him as he unravels the evidence.
We are promised comedy, suspense, and love-triangles galore as the plot twists and turns to reveal the likely suspects.
So if you fancy yourself as an amateur sleuth, you can make up a team of eight or go it alone, but all are encouraged to dress up for the occasion.
A light supper will be served during the interval, (included in the price), and there will be a bar.
Look out your magnifying glass, hunt down your trusy notepad and pen and join in to find out whodunit.
From November 7 - 10 at Stopsley High School in Saint Thomas’ Road, Luton. For tickets call 07778 241457 or visit www.standrewsplayersluton.com/Home.php.