In this year's murder mystery "Mutiny and Murder" I am playing Katie, an 18 year old who is being taken on holiday by her dad John (Chris Beckett) and her new step mother Megan (Zoey Tattersall). John's plan to bring his new family together is put on hold when the Captain (Peter Schofield) is found dead! Could one of the family have killed him? Was it the first mate (Austin Mulhearn)? A member of the crew (Graham Talbot, Janette Hampson, Jason Taylor)? Or could it be the mysterious stranger (Will Taylor) catching a ride to the next port?
Join us at our Murder Mystery evening on Saturday 6th May and see if you can help our detective (Mary Caswell) uncover the truth! Tickets are £5 including supper and are available now. Book Here.
Is a phrase that is often associated with the gripping storylines of your favourite soap opera -if you have time to watch them that is! Here at the Bethel we’re so busy we don’t have the time (boo hiss!).
Helena and I are currently working on/planning 3 of the shows for this season including Cinderella & Rockerfella and our musical revue- You can’t stop the beat. Just before those though we have just enough time to squeeze in the Bethel’s mystery tale; Mutiny and Murder (written by one of our own- Tom Hewat).
We’ve just completed auditions for the junior production and Helena has been working hard choreographing the dances, whilst I have been assisting Ben in the directors seat/pressing play when needed (it’s hard work-honest!). Once those rehearsals have finished we have been zipping over to the murder mystery rehearsals and working on that.
We are currently rehearsing our questioning and interviews but we think the most important question of all is: “what do I wear?!”
We are currently preparing for the Bethel Crowd's annual murder mystery evening, which this year is Directing Dilemma, and will take place on Saturday 9th April. Jason Taylor is directing, and has the task of making sure that the cast are prepared to face questioning from the audience. As usual, it has been a lot of fun so far, and we are all looking forward to putting on a fun night for the community. Our performance starts at 7:15pm, and the £5 ticket price includes a supper. We hope you'll all come along and try and work out whodunnit.