From 7:00pm on the 16th November
The evening is like any other for the Moonstone Theatre Company, having head to Tudor Barn to perform another Murder Mystery. However, as they begin to start the first scene, Master Detective Sherman Bones is interrupted by the very real Detective Inspector Clayton. They arrive with news that company owner Betty Blues has been found dead in her office this afternoon and, the four core actors here this evenings are the main suspects in her murder!
Whilst awaiting backup DI Clayton decides to get to the bottom of this the only way these actors know how, with the help of the evenings guests and their sleuthing skills. Now with their help the game is afoot! Was it the ketchup covered corpse? The wannabe master detective? The spurned lover? Or the usual culprit, the butler himself? There’s only one way to find out!
Join Moonstone Theatre London & Tudor Barn for an evening of suspicious suspects, plot twists and plenty of red herrings along the way! Tonight, you are the detectives, and it's your job to catch the killer before it's too late.
Tickets include a three course meal & entry to the murder mystery event
Bloody Mary Soup
Breast of Chicken (n)
Pistachio & herb potatoes, pancetta, green beans, thyme jus
Potato Gnocchi (v)
Petit ratatouille, parmesan cream, basil dressing
Death By Chocolate
Show Begins 8:00PM
£34.95 per person
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Tudor Barn Eltham is situated in heart of the Well Hall Pleasaunce, with good transport links from Central London and Kent, including road access via the A2 and Eltham Station for trains.
Tudor Barn Eltham has no parking facilities onsite. Parking can be accommodated along Kidbrooke Lane, which has no restrictions. Kidbrooke Lane can be accessed from Westhorne Avenue due to a road block on the A208 Well Hall Road entrance. Alternatively, Well Hall Road has a 90 minute parking restriction.
Eltham Railway Station is only five minutes away with fast trains to London Bridge via Lewisham (DLR). There are also regular Buses (124, 132, 160, 161 & 286) to Bromley, Catford, Chislehurst, Eltham and Woolwich.