Be the detective in players' whodunnit
AUDIENCE members are being urged to take a more active part in a murder mystery taking to stage in Clevedon.
Clevedon Players are putting on the production Death in High Heels at the Princes Hall from April 4-6.
The play follows a day at fashion house Christophe et Cie when general manager Mr Bevan is to announce who is to become the manager of the new branch in Deauville, France.
Things take a sinister turn when one of the two people vying for the job collapses and dies after being poisoned – by oxalic acid crystals used by another employee to clean her hat.
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But at this production audience members are going to be invited to guess whodunnit before the real killer is revealed in the second half.
Clevedon Players spokesman, Philip Pover, said: "We are encouraging our audience to have a bit more involvement.
"They don't have to be the murderer or the victim. We want to invite them, in the interval, to guess whodunnit and why, with a small prize for the best audience detective.
"We're looking for the amateur Clevedon Columbo, the Sexton Blake of the Stage, the Mr Monk of Murders. Tickets for the play are £8, £6 for concessions and available by calling 07816 158445.
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