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Who killed the reality TV star?
Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries, Midsomer Murders, CSI or NCIS – if you love crime shows or a good whodunnit, test your super sleuthing skills with this great murder mystery dinner night on Saturday 21 May, at Platform 56, 56 Woodville Rd, Woodville.
Leading performance school Fame Train presents an evening of fun, food and mystery with its exciting Murder Mystery Dinner Night. The night begins at 7pm when all budding detectives are introduced to the scene:
After wrapping up a successful season of TV's prime-time reality show 'Stars that Dance', the show's celebrities are appearing at an end of season dinner meet and greet to wrap up the show.
All of the celebrities have larger than life personalities, always looking to outshine each other on and off the stage and many of them indulging in love/hate relationships with each other. The evening seems to be going well, even with jealousy, betrayal and lust lingering in the air, until a celebrity is mysteriously murdered.
The detective on the scene will need as much help as possible from the audience to find out which one of these celebrities committed the crime and why.
Who is the murderer? Is it Nina, the fading rock star or Natalie, a social media obsessed socialite. Perhaps it's Georgie, the amazing weight-loss reality TV contestant, or is it someone else.
Or is there more to their characters which meet they eye? Do they have a secret to hide or did they discover something they shouldn't have, and now they've met their maker?
Who knows how the victim meets their demise - in the drawing room with the lead piping or with a piece of rope in the hall?
This laugh-a-minute show will not only entertain you, but also put your investigative skills to the test.
What's your sleuthing style? Are you cool and collected like Sherlock Holmes, or perhaps you will use the little grey cells a la Hercule Poirot. Maybe you're more of a beady eyed Miss Marple, a flirty Miss Fisher's or perhaps your style is more Clouseau and you disguise your confidence with incompetency….
Whatever your style, come along and join in the fun. The crime scene will take place at Platform 56, 56 Woodville Rd, Woodville and tickets are just $40 per ticket, which includes antipasto platters and dessert. Bar facilities are also available.
For more information, contact email@example.com or tel 0426 630 003
About Fame Train
Fame Train is a unique performance school offering classes for dance, acting and singing. It provides a safe and nurturing environment, focused on teaching students about the nature of performance and the importance of energy. It encourages adult students to unlock their inner child. Fame Train classes are energetic and social, bringing people together to create memorable experiences. Fame Train students both adult and child alike are given the opportunity to perform at an array of venues and events such as Westfields, Adelaide Fringe Festival, local council events, charity events and its own production shows such as this murder mystery event.