Friday, 21 September 2012

Enjoyable evening with Old Buckenham Players

So who did kill the vicar?
There was a murder done in the village hall tonight. And it was the vicar that copped it.
But who did it? We knew it had to be one of just six people but that didn't make it any easier.
Below are the six suspects (you can read the details by just clicking on the image).
In the first two acts of the play clues were dropped all over the place and everyone had a perfectly good reason to see the vicar bumped off. Even the cast had not seen the script to act three which they then had to peform reading the words on their pieces of paper.

Given the fact that one person struck the final blow and that they were supported by one accomplice, the teams in the audience had just half an hour to have a drink, eat some sticky cake and argue amongst themselves about who the guilty parties were.
There was much furious scribbling before all the answer sheets were collected up so that they could be marked while act three was providing the denouement. To everyone's suprise, one of the teams managed to guess the identity of the guilty pair and were rewarded with suitable prizes.
And who did kill the vicar? Ah, that would be telling, wouldn't it.

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