Murder Mystery Weekend at Sherbrooke Village

Friday July 10 to Sunday, July 12 MURDER MYSTERY WEEKEND - Presented by the “Dartmouth Players” as a passing look through the windows and doors of the homes and businesses of Historic Sherbrooke Village. “The Grain of Life: A Murder Mystery - What happens when the past comes back to haunt you? One man will soon find out when a business trip to Sherbrooke Village takes a turn for the worse. Have the faults of his past come back for vengeance, or is it purely business? Well, that’s up to you to decide! Follow the clues, connect the dots, and solve the mystery! But… beware of your surroundings, for you never know what might be right around the next building. You may recognize some of the actors, you know the scenery, but do you know Whodunnit?” Tickets will go on sale on Monday, June 1st and will be available by calling 522-2400 or our toll free number 1-888-743-7845. Show times are Friday, July 10th at 7 pm & 8:30 pm, Saturday, July 11th at 2 pm, 3:30 pm, 7 pm & 8:30 pm and Sunday, July 12th 10:30 am & 12 pm. Dinner will be served at the Sherbrooke Village Tea Room for an added fee so why not make it "Murder and a Meal".

Phone
888-743-7845
Address
42 Main Street, Sherbrooke
Nova Scotia, B0J 3C0

This will be Dartmouth Players Theatre's third summer performing at the Historic Sherbrooke Village. Nestled on the banks of the St. Mary's River, Sherbrooke Village has been beautifully restored to its working splendour of the late 19th century. From July 10th to the 12th, join the talented cast of Dartmouth Players as they perform an original script, written by local playwright/Director, Isabelle Thériault, as they perform a walking play in this beautiful setting. You follow the cast through the streets and into the buildings of Sherbrooke Village as a tale of murder and mystery unfolds. Can you deduce who the murderer is? "The Grain Of Life" will leave you guessing till the very end! Produced by Mike Durling in cooperation with Dartmouth Players and Sherbrooke Village. Written and Directed by Isabelle Thériault. Special considerations given to Mark Sajatovich and Lynn Hayne of Sherbrooke Village.

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