Royal mystery brewing at Grace Village Pavilion
Roll out the red carpet. The Royal family is coming to Grace Village Pavilion to host a feast and celebrate the wedding of the Queen’s granddaughter, Princess Eugenie, who will wed her partner of seven years, wine merchant Jack Brooksbank.
There will be food; there will be entertainment; oh, and there will be a murder!
Organized by prolific murder mystery dinner theatre playwright Mead Baldwin and employees from the Grace Village Pavilion, the event is a fundraiser for the Dr. W. J. Klinck Foundation.
“This is literally the event of the year,” Baldwin said, during a meeting yesterday at Grace village with the cast of the upcoming Royal murder mystery.
Baldwin has 15 different murder mysteries under his belt, performed around the Townships over the last 10 years.
The upcoming fundraiser at the pavilion will feature a cast of around a dozen actors, including four Grace Village staff members making their dinner theatre debut.
Baldwin said the event will maintain the theme of the royal wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank. Her majesty the Queen will of course toast the new couple, and Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew are also on the royal guest list.
A protocol officer will also be at the wedding to ensure everyone in attendance follows procedure when in the presence of the Queen.
Attendees are encouraged to ‘dress for the occasion’.
Entertainment for the wedding will be provided by non other than ‘Elton Don’ (Donald Patriquin).
The event will include a three-course meal and an opportunity to rub elbows with the cream of British society; that is, until someone in the room is murdered. Then things will get interesting. Tickets to the ‘Royal Wedding’ cost $50, a portion of which is eligible as a tax receipt.
They can be purchased online at gracevillage.ca/dinnertheatre or at Grace Village Pavilion, located at 1515, rue Pleasant View in Huntingville.
For more information call 819-5690546 (ext.5012) or email email@example.com.