Heads turned and eyebrows raised in The Scotsbridge Mill last week, as more and more people seemed to be strolling up to the bar dressed like Victorians. Murmurs echoed in all areas of the pub and curiosity grew.
Then one of them dropped down dead – “Murder!” was the cry!
What followed was an action-packed, fun-filled evening of murder, mystery, intrigue and surprises as the guests, aided by the hapless police officers, tried to figure out who the dastardly villain was!
Was it the cunning, slightly over-familiar butler? One of the plethora of jilted lovers? And who is that slightly creepy man in the top hat?!
We obviously can’t tell you that now – but pictures of the night kindly provided by Real Imprint photography are available on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RFLHarrow
Thanks to all that took part, Real Imprint Photography and the Scotsbridge Mill, Rickmansworth. The event raised a total of £160 for Cancer Research UK Relay for Life Harrow!
You are cordially invited to The Last Gasp – a murder mystery gala evening set in 1899, acted out by you, the audience! Period dress is highly encouraged and a number of prizes will be awarded on the night!
The event will take place at the historic Scotsbridge Mill in Rickmansworth on Thursday 12th April 2012, at 7:30pm. A hot buffet will be provided and all profits will go to Cancer Research UK Relay for Life Harrow.
Tickets for this event are priced at £25 each. Tickets are extremely limited and are strictly on a first-come-first-served basis. On securing a place at this exclusive evening you will be sent an invitation, along with a character and a back-story which will become more important as the night progresses.
This promises to be an exciting evening that you will remember for years to come!
This event is run by Team Beko, but they have said that £5 from each ticket sold by other teams will be credited to their team.
For more information contact Mark at Teams@RFL-Harrow.org.uk.
NB: Attendees are kindly informed that the invited guests include Her Gracious and Glorious Majesty Queen Victoria. Her Majesty demands punctuality from all guests and will look very poorly upon any tardy arrivals.