Set in the 1930s, Murdered to Death, a hilarious spoof in the best traditions of Agatha Christie, is being performed by the Greasley players drama group.
Directed by Graham Smith, the play by Peter Gordon is one of a series which features bumbling police inspector Prat and his trusty aide constable Thompkins, who are played respectively by Colin Fletcher and Andrew Plumb.
Audiences will be left guessing who the killer is in this laugh-a-minute production that also features Janet Hedderley as Miss Maple, Ian Baxter as Pierre Marceau and Graham Johnson as Bunting the butler.
Making her debut for the Greasley Players, will be newcomer Rhianna Danielle Holland, while Katrine Hockenhull, Pat Samuels, Keith Wells and Lindy Whittaker complete the talented line up.
Murdered to Death is being performed iat the Greasley parish church hall from Thursday November 15 to Saturday, November 17 at 7.30pm.