LP ScripTease Gala Dinner fundraiser
LynchPin Productions Theatre Company will be producting two special events in 2017: a special ScripTease Gala Dinner Theatre to raise funds for the second event happening late September. (see below*)
April 21, 7:30pm for 8pm start
Gala Dinner ScripTease presents: MURDER IN A MUD BATH, by Rowan Suart.
Such a dirty deed, indeed. The film star Charles Kavanagh is found dead in the mud bath at an exclusive health spa. Was he murdered? If so, who killed him? And why? Of course, no one can leave because the roads are closed due to a snow storm, the phones are dead and no one can get a mobile signal. Perfect.
Follow the clues with Detective Inspector Harris in this original fun-filled whodunit while enjoying a delicious three-course dinner cooked up by Jane Heritage of Café Mila. Chocolate, both savory and sweet, will be the theme of the meal, including chocolate mud pie for dessert. You will be entertained by LynchPin Associate Artists, who will present this staged reading and be your service staff.
NB: Children must be 16 years of age to be admitted.
£35 each (plus service fee)
includes a full 3-course, chocolate-themed dinner (starter, main course, dessert and coffee) plus staged-reading of murder mystery)
Each attendee will be added to several prize-drawings that will happen throughout the evening. Prices being donated by local businesses, including: G Live Footloose voucher for 2, Watts Gallery Breakfast Tour for 2, CH Wakeling Butchers, Denbies Vineyard tour for 2, Albury Vineyard tour and tasting voucher for 2, Silent Pool tour voucher for 2, and many more..
Dinner prepared by Jane Heritage of Cafe Mila, Godalming.
DRESS CODE: DRESS TO KILL
*We are raising funds for LynchPin's Artifice production of ROTTEN PERFECT, by Claire Parker, directed by Kate Napier, to be performed at Watts Gallery, Compton.
29, 30 September & 1 October, at Watts Gallery, Compton, as part of the year-long celebration of G F Watts 200th birthday.
Life is complicated at the Lyceum Theatre in 1890s London. Actor Manager Henry Irving is doing everything he can to keep his theatre up and running and to keep his star actress, the famous Ellen Terry, happy. Tired of the classics, will she be lured by that upstart, Bernard Shaw, to seek new and challenging roles elsewhere?
As local history buffs will tell you, Ellen, (barely aged 16) was briefly married to and modelled for Watts. His paintings will be the backdrop for the play. Tickets for this event will be posted later.
Wilfred Noyce Community Centre (View)
Crown Court, High St
Godalming GU7 1DY
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|