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Murder mystery shows off Thatcham talent





If someone was mysteriously murdered on a work trip would you be able to crack the case?

The Kennet Amateur Theatrical Society (KATS) is back from its hiatus with a thrilling yet funny murder mystery production.

The murder mystery, by Fiona J Robertson and Janet Kilgallon-Brook, follows the tale of a work team building event gone wrong and offers the audience an opportunity to play detective.

On the Way Out rehearsals Picture credit: Alison Brownfield
On the Way Out rehearsals Picture credit: Alison Brownfield

“It’s more fun than it sounds,” laughed KATS member Alison Brownfield.

She said: “It’s called On the Way Out. One person dies on a team-building event and after people find out more and more about each other.

“It gives you the opportunity to play detective.”

Jenny Woolf, Emma Low, Mandy Cole and Joe Rollinson Picture credit: Alison Brownfield (59309090)
Jenny Woolf, Emma Low, Mandy Cole and Joe Rollinson Picture credit: Alison Brownfield (59309090)

After a light supper provided on the night, a questioning will begin where only the murderer is allowed to lie.

On the Way Out tickets will be available on Ticket Source via the KATS website. The production will begin today (Wednesday) and will run until Friday (September 16) at 7.45pm at Upper Bucklebury Memorial Hall on Broad Lane, Upper Bucklebury.



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