An outdoor play will be taking place at Higginson Park next month.

The Marlow Players will be performing one of their successful murder mysteries to an outdoor audience.

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Performing their Murder in an Ice-cold Manor, the event is part of an outdoor, Covid-19 safe show which will feature local schools and amateur groups in the daytime and professional groups in the evenings.

It is presented as a 1950s radio broadcast with live sound effects and a Narrator as in the Studio.

Taking place on July 2 at 1:30pm, the event is free of charge, and the audience will be invited to donate towards the Marlow Players’ charity, Cancer Relief.

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The play takes place in 1947 during the coldest winter for 50 years, in Stocksley Manor, where those assembled for dinner find there is one person they all would like to kill.

The villain is revealed only after the audience has had a guess and a new ending is written so that anyone who has seen the show before will be in for a surprise!