Murder at Cley Hall... can you solve mystery?

Murder mystery rehearsals at Cley Hall Hotel, Spalding.'Back:(from left) -  Amy Perkins; Amanda Whiting; Zak Colam; Clive Bourne; Beverley Moore; Abigale Bourne; Nick Fletcher; David Stanbridge of Cley Hall Hotel; front - Mark Hancocks; Nigel Hancocks.'Photo:  www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/buyaphoto
Murder mystery rehearsals at Cley Hall Hotel, Spalding.'Back:(from left) - Amy Perkins; Amanda Whiting; Zak Colam; Clive Bourne; Beverley Moore; Abigale Bourne; Nick Fletcher; David Stanbridge of Cley Hall Hotel; front - Mark Hancocks; Nigel Hancocks.'Photo: www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/buyaphoto

THE Cley Hall Hotel is hosting BRM Theatre’s first Murder Mystery Evening.

The new owners of the Spalding hotel, David Stanbridge and Andrew Robb, are very keen for the hotel to get involved with new theatrical community projects and have welcomed this new venture.

Set in 1929, the murder mystery called Twice Murdered is staged at the Anniversary Ball of Lord and Lady Cley, where a terrible murder takes place and only the Great Scottish Chinese Detective Oundle Mac Fuey can solve the case, with help from the guests.

Tickets priced at £40 are available from the Cley Hall Hotel on 01775 725157 (includes a fabulous three-course meal).

For information about BRM Theatre or to get involved either on the stage or behind the scenes.

No experience necessary, contact Brett Moore on 07734 081929 or visit www.brmtheatre.com for details about future projects.