Huge thank to everyone who attended LPUK’s first ever Murder Mystery Night this weekend, everyone had a great time and we look forward to arranging the next one.
This weekend members and friends of LPUK joined in a night of fun and laughter in Birmingham, for LPUK’s first ever Murder Mystery Night. The play ‘Who Killed The Vicar’ was performed by members of the LPUK committee, who did a fantastic job entertaining the audience and there were plenty of laughs throughout, huge well done to them all for their time and commitment to the event and the rehearsals prior. The audience were treat to the first act and second acts, before given time for their deliberation over fish and chip supper after which the final culprit was revealed. There were some fantastic theories on who the killer was with the outcome being particularly close between two teams, having the culprit and motive, but not the accomplice. Overall winners were decided on the evidence they gave and they won the first ever LPUK Murder Mystery trophy, designed and made by Pete Bonner, the runner up team were lucky enough to receive the infamous jam tarts. In addition to the ‘real culprit’ there were some fantastic entries to the comedy theories, the winner of these were awarded the comedy prize. This then allowed time for the cast to meet the attendees and finish the night on a high, with fun and laughter throughout.
Huge thank you also for the kind donations towards the raffle on the night which raised £166 for LPUK.