Wednesday 14th November 6-7.30pm at Halton Lea Library
Tickets £3 including refreshments, book online or in person at any Halton Library
Crime writer Kate Ellis presents DEATH AT THE DIG, a 1920s murder mystery in which the audience must play detective to discover who murdered distinguished archaeologist Professor Digson.
The professor has been killed with a statue of an ancient Egyptian god but did landowner Lady Bramley want him dead? Or did her young niece, Letty Sweeting have a motive? Digson was unpopular with his colleagues Alban Twist and Mabel Setwell but did either of them hate him enough to kill him?
Inspired by crime fiction’s Golden Age, DEATH AT THE DIG is an absolute must for all budding Poirots. Guaranteed fun!