Murder Mystery Night 20th/21st September
Welcome to Egypt!
The year is 1934 at an archaeological dig in ancient Medamud, 5 miles north east of Luxor.
An archaeologist, Peter Pox, has just unearthed the ancient tomb of Amentathat, reportedly the 15th king of the 13th Dynasty of ancient Egypt. Unfortunately, Peter died before he had the chance to announce it to the world. The local workmen have run away leaving only family and colleagues at the site. Luckily, the famous detective Hercules Poirot happens to be on hand following a recent trip up the River Nile.
He invites you to help him solve the murders and uncover the culprit.
Join us for an evening of fun and mystery, whilst supporting both Potton Hall for All and St Mary's Church.
Tickets available from Camerons Newsagent and Tysoes in Potton.
£17.50 each, includes nibbles, supper and dessert!