Saturday, 28 April 2012

Careless Talk Costs Lives

'Careless Talk Costs Lives' is the title of this year's Murder Mystery night at Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse. This photo shows me in character as Kitty Weston, a (sort of ) femme fatale. My colleague Katie is behind me, as a landgirl. A few tickets still remain, from the Museum.
Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse
Date:
Friday 18 May 2012
Times: 19:30 - 22:00 Doors open at 7.30pm and the Mardlers' Rest Cafe is open for drinks or snacks. The evening starts in the Workhouse Chapel at 8pm.
Price: Entry by pre-booked ticket only. Ticket prices: Adult £10, Children under 16 £6 (suggested minimum age 13). Discounts for Museum Pass Holders. For more information, or to book, please telephone 01362 869251.


01362 869251
gressenhall.museum@norfolk.gov.uk
Museums at Night: Careless Talk Costs Lives
There has been foul play in the farmyard. A young horseman lies dead. Can you solve the murder, but remember… careless talk costs lives!

In other news... This week has seen me dressing up and time travelling for an astonishing assortment of events and schools visits : Monday- glamourous Upper Octave photo shoot, Tuesday- Tack cleaning and bird scaring as a 1940s land girl, Wednesday- mashed potato chocolate truffles for WW2 rationing with kids with special needs from Fred Nicholas school near Dereham, Thursday- wacky pink wellies for reception children drama sessions based on How A Bean Grows (we were excellent Beans), and Friday- Victorian washing with kids with special needs from Cambridgeshire, topped off with a Queen Elizabeth I talk for the elderly residents at Corton House in Norwich. Phew! What a week!

This week I also created a board about historical costumes on Pinterest. Here's the link to it, if you're interested... http://pinterest.com/queenierachel/the-great-guarderobe/

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