A Murder Mystery Evening

VWCA and Thorpe Players invite you to:

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Murders, Vicar?

Saturday 23rd June 2018
7.30pm - Doors open 7pm

Something strange is afoot in the once-sleepy village of Chipping Sodbury. Abi and Paul’s anniversary party in the church hall might not seem the most likely place for a murder but as the party descends into disarray, long-buried secrets and passions come to light, raising a string of questions: Who exactly are the new ‘outsiders’ and what do they really want? Will David Digger and his new housing development make it through in one piece? Will Abi ever come out of the cloakroom? What revenge is Sarah taking – and on who? And will the vicar ever be able to interest guests in any of his party games? All these questions and more will be posed – and hopefully answered - in our fun interactive murder mystery, where you get to find the clues, ask the questions and unmask the murderer.
Make up a team or simply come along and join a table.

Tickets £13 Members, £15 non members includes food
Bring your own drinks and glasses
Box Office 01344 844948 07969390843
or email murdermystery@vwca.org.uk
at
The Virginia Water Community Centre
Beechmont Avenue, GU25 4EY

The Cross Factor

Join us celebrating 100 years of women's suffrage
The Cross Factor
by Lucy Paterson

A 10 minute potted history of the suffrage movement in 1918, where life is but a game (show). At the Black Cherry Fair in Chertsey on Saturday 14th July, we will be performing in the arena.

Oh What a Lovely War





On 21st to 24th November 2018 we will be producing
Joan Littlewood’s Musical Entertainment

by Theatre Workshop, Charles Chilton, Gerry Raffles and members of the original cast, title suggested by Ted Allan.

Based on the 1963 stage show, this is a satire on World War I (and by extension against war in general), the title coming from the music hall song "Oh! It's a Lovely War," which is one of the major numbers in the production.

Joan Littlewood wanted audiences to leave the theatre laughing at the "vulgarity of war". This is a show with everything - slap-stick comedy, songs, tragedy, and total respect for the fallen.

There will be readings on 23rd and 26th July for anyone who wants to be involved.

This will be part of the commemoration of the 100 years since the end of WW1 and we are working alongside Chertsey Museum and their Runnymede Remembered project.

Wed 21st to Sat 24th November 2018
at 8pm - bar opens 7:30pm

Book your tickets online, call the Box Office: 07923 583295 or email boxoffice@thorpeplayers.co.ukTickets £10
Book before 28th October and get £1 off.

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