‘1st Call Entertainment’s – Murder Mystery’ has the pleasure to regularly perform in the city of Bristol. Last week they served up “A delicious menu of murder”, at the prestigious Bristol city museum and art gallery. This historic building, with its ancient relics, provided the perfect backdrop for the ‘last night in England’ dinner before setting off on an African safari adventure.
Invited ‘Bristol Super Sleuths’ were able to mingle and dine with the safari parties VIP guests, which included, the world-renowned explorer and Archaeologist, Lady Agatha Plantagenet, Eric Marrowbone the famous British crime writer, the recently widowed American millionairess, Mary- Belle Divine and Crispin Moorcock, the son and heir of merchant banker and businessman Sir Joseph Moorcock.
A Menu Of Murder
Unfortunately, before the desserts arrived a couple of members of the VIP party got “their just desserts “. But all was not lost because Inspector Jennings, from the Scotland Yard in London, was on hold. With assistance from the attending ‘Bristol Super Sleuths’, he was able to, eventually, apprehend the villain in the group. The guests were then able to rest easy and enjoy the social dancing which concluded a very exciting evening of, murder mystery and intrigue from 1st Call.