NEW MURDER MYSTERY DINNER SHOW: Join Rudolf and the elves in Xmas hi-jinks that you are unlikely to forget as you attempt to delve into the murky mystery of who killed “Who killed the Fatman?”

*** Hurry – one public show only announced so far – bookings are essential ***

On Friday 19 November, 2010, Wallaceville House becomes “Santa’s Lair” at the North Pole for the new “Just-in-time-for-Xmas” murder mystery “Who killed the Fatman?”

Santa Claus may be coming to town… but he sure ain’t leaving! Dinner guests are fully involved in a Xmas pudding of alibis and motives. Cast of characters may include Rudolf, the drunk Reindeer with the Red Nose, Stinky the Pixie, the Christmas Fairy and, of course, Santa himself.

Once again, the famed acting team of “Greg Ellis and the Improvisers” in association with Wallaceville House bring you a hilarious – yet shocking – Xmas themed Dinner Show which could equally could have been called, “Fatty Goes Down!” or “Trouble at North Pole!”.

But who could hate Santa enough to want to kill him? Rudolf? One of the Elves? Jenny Craig?

We need your help! We are inviting all of you amateur detectives and anybody who loves hilarious ‘live’ entertainment – along with wonderful food and drink – to Wallaceville House between 6.30 and 7pm on Friday 19 November, 2010.

So, if you really enjoy a good Murder Mystery Dinner Show – or you’re looking for “different night out” for your Xmas work function, sports club or social gathering – then pick up the phone and dial (04) 527 7785 to check on dates or make your reservation.

Its great value at only $69 per person for both the Dinner and Show.

Book your seats now:

What? – “Who killed the Fatman? A murder mystery dinner/show
When? – Friday 19th November, 2010
Where? – Wallaceville House: 2 Wallaceville Road, Upper Hutt, Wellington
What Time? – Pre-dinner Drinks from 6.30pm – Actors start mingling 7.15pm
How Much? – Only $69 per person – includes both Dinner and Show
How do I Book or Find out more Info? – Phone 04) 527 7785 or email us …

We will run ‘private functions’ for groups of 30 or more. Smaller groups are welcome to join one of our public nights.

Lynne Graham.

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