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Tuesday 2nd October 2018

Plays for Laughs perform this hilarious spoof on Agetha Christie set in Bagshot Manor - Inspector Pratt and his trusty Constable Thomkins are called to investigate the murder of Lady Bagshot.  Who is primary suspect is it her sour niece Dorothy, or Frence Art dealer Pierre or the Elizabeth Hartley Trumpington, then there's the old retainer Bunting as well as Colonel Craddock and his wife Margaret.

The local village sleuth Miss Maple has some designs whodunnit.

Come and have a laugh finding out at the Dixon Studio, Palace Theatre. 
Available on the following dates

Tuesday 2nd of October 2018, at 6:45pm BST
Wednesday 3rd of October 2018, at 6:45pm BST
Thursday 4th of October 2018, at 6:45pm BST
Friday 5th of October 2018, at 6:45pm BST
Saturday 6th of October 2018, at 1:30pm BST
Saturday 6th of October 2018, at 6:45pm BST
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