Events Diary

You can come and watch us perform our Actor Led Events at the following venues in 2018:

April 21st — Westerleigh Village Hall

As part of the St George’s day evening for the Friends of St James there will be a special short mystery performed by volunteers, mostly Westerleigh residents. Food and a quiz will also be part of the evening. Tickets are £8 in advance andf £9 on the door (tickets have sold out).

Westerleigh cast

Westerleigh players performing at St Georges Day event

June 22nd — Manor Hall at Coalpit Heath

An event organised by the South Glos Lib Dems. This evening we will perform the Death at the Daffodil plot. The evening will include food. Contact Joanna Wallis on 0117 9574119 or their web site.

“Thank you for a lovely evening (can one say that about murder and mayhem?!)” Joanna Wallis.

September 29th — The Chantry in Thornbury

A return to the Chantry after a popular appearance there in 2017. This time we will perform the Death in a Silver Masque plot. Set at a society wedding this provides plenty of opportunity to dress up. Details will be posted on the Chantry web site as they become available.

“Please thank all the actors who took part last week for our murder mystery evening which was a great success. Everyone had a great time and we made about £400 for the chantry funds. Chris”

October 13th — Westerleigh Village Hall

We are performing for the 7th consecutive year at the Westerleigh Neighbourhood Watch murder mystery evening. We will be doing the Tragedy in the Twenties plot. A two course meal is included in the evening. Contact us for tickets, £13 in advance, £15 on the door.

There was such a buzz in the room at the end of the evening, I think people didn’t want to leave and break the spell you had cast over us.

The Red Herrings in Westerleigh

The Red Herrings players at Westerleigh in 2018

Some comments from events in 2017

May 13th — Winterbourne Community Centre


The cast of the Tragedy in the Twenties Mystery

Just a note to thank all of you for the very enjoyable, and challenging, presentation of ‘Tragedy in the Twenties’ at WADCA. We all enjoyed it and were impressed by the characterisations and plot. I’m glad that one person got it right as I was in a complete fog. You all did a grand job which was much appreciated. I hope to see you again in the not-too-distant future.
Regards, Ros — Chair, WADCA Theatre Club

September 30th — The Chantry, Thornbury

“What a night! People are already asking when the next Murder Mystery evening will be so please thank your Actors for an amazing evening. They were brilliant and entertained us really well, there was much laughter to be heard.” Chris