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The Slaughterhouse Players - A Guy’s Cliffe Mystery

The story is set at a Ball hosted by the Countess of Warwick in 1938.  An exciting guest list has been invited to Guy’s Cliffe but someone has murder in mind!

In true Slaughterhouse style, the ‘tongue in cheek’ production includes appearances by Anthony Eden MP, The Duke of Windsor and celebrities of the time.

Featuring classic cars of the era and an undercurrent of an impending War, can you deduce who has committed murder most foul?!

One performance will be held at 1pm on Sunday 3rd September at Guy’s Cliffe. Tickets cost £15 which includes a 1930s buffet. Profits from the performance will be donated to the upkeep of Guy’s Cliffe House.

There is a bar available and the audience are advised that some of the performance will be held outside in the shadow of Guy’s Cliffe House.

Tickets are available from The Old Post Office Pub, 7 Square, Warwick Books and Warwick Tourist Information Centre.

Address
Guy's Cliffe House, Coventry Road, Warwick, CV34 4BJ
Dates
3rd September
Times
1pm
Admission
£15
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