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Agatha Crusty And The Pantomime Murders by Derek Webb
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Agatha Crusty And The Pantomime Murders by Derek Webb

Crime novelist and amateur detective, Agatha Crusty, arrives a week early in Giglinton for its annual Book Festival. Local am dram group Giglinton Players are rehearsing for their panto, but the cast are killed off in what the police see as a series of accidents and Agatha suspects murder. She sets out to prove who the real murderer is with hilarious consequences.

There are laughs a–plenty as the bodies pile up in this murder mystery.


This is an amateur production is presented by Cosmopolitan Players


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