Dressed up to the nines in 1930s garb, the Brackley Players are ready to tread the boards once more with an Agatha Christie inspired spoof.
Murdered to Death is a hilarious stage play by Peter Gordon, which has been presented by a number of professional and amateur groups in recent years.
It follows a cast of typical Christie characters, including a butler, the lady of the manor and an ex-army corporal - but who will fall victim to the murderer? And can the bumbling Police Inspector solve work out whodunnit?
The play is being performed on Thursday, October 29 and Friday, October 30 at 7.30pm, in addition to a 2.30pm performance on Saturday, October 31.It will take place at Southfield School on the Banbury Road, Brackley.
Tea, coffee and soft drinks will be available and audience members are invited to bring their own nibbles.
Tickets are on sale at Davies & Partners on the Market Square opposite the Town Hall. Adults £8 and concessions £6.