Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Enormous Edwardian Hat has Lift-Off!

...and quite literally! Although I look composed in the picture below, it was a windy day for a photo-shoot and I lost the hat several times. Big brim + no hat pins + windy day = hilarity.

Every year, lots of museums participate in the national Museums At Night campaign; today's pictures were taken to publicise 'Murder Most Grave', which is Gressenhall's contribution.

Last year our area manager, Robin, remarked to me that the Murder Mystery Night had become a staple part of the Gressenhall calendar. Quite right too: it's fab!

Our first Whodunnit was four years ago, set in the Victorian Workhouse. Then we travelled to a World War Two farm, then to a Victorian Brothel, and this year the Gressenhall Tardis lands (with an archaeological theme) in May 1914. Hence the smashing outfits.

This is a ticketed event for the public and will be running on the evenings of May 16th and 17th 2014. It always sells out, so book early! Contact details are here.

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