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Murder Mystery Dinner

30th March

The evening settles in, though the hustle and bustle of Lincoln South Railway Station is scarcely noticed which is ideal for Station Master, Arthur Mason - it doesn't pay to have too many people watching after all.

Trains rattle into the station, their steam finding a way through every tiny nook and cranny to pervade the stuffy atmosphere of the Waiting Room. Evacuees from London's East End are expected shortly as mugs of milk, still warm from the cow, are prepared together with a jam and margarine sandwich - just one slice of course - there is a war on!

Arthur glances at his watch. Non-timetabled traffic is due to pass through the station shortly, always a worrying event. it wouldn't be the first time a lone German raider had followed the glint of the railway lines in the moonlight and disgorged its deadly cargo. Maybe tonight?

About a mile and a half away a taxi is trundling towards the station. Margaret Cross is trying to fold the travel rug over her lady's knees. Lillian Baines-Johnson simply hates travelling in taxis. One suspects there will be no tip for the driver.

Mavis and Gerty will be here soon. Perhaps some of the chaps will be lucky tonight - for a fee of course.

Oh just one more thing - Before the night is out the station will be the scene of a murder!

Mr Murderie's Players are proud to present 'Signal Failure at Lincoln South' a 1943 murder mystery set in the Waiting Room of Lincoln South Railway Station.

Why not try to identify the murderer but remember, all may not be as it seems!

Mr Murderie's Players are an amateur theatre company raising money for charity. They have not charged a fee for this evening's performance.

Please note - smoke is used in this production - and there may be some loud noises!

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30th March

The evening settles in, though the hustle and bustle of Lincoln South Railway Station is scarcely noticed which is ideal for Station Master, Arthur Mason - it doesn't pay to have too many people watching after all.

Trains rattle into the station, their steam finding a way through every tiny nook and cranny to pervade the stuffy atmosphere of the Waiting Room. Evacuees from London's East End are expected shortly as mugs of milk, still warm from the cow, are prepared together with a jam and margarine sandwich - just one slice of course - there is a war on!

Arthur glances at his watch. Non-timetabled traffic is due to pass through the station shortly, always a worrying event. it wouldn't be the first time a lone German raider had followed the glint of the railway lines in the moonlight and disgorged its deadly cargo. Maybe tonight?

About a mile and a half away a taxi is trundling towards the station. Margaret Cross is trying to fold the travel rug over her lady's knees. Lillian Baines-Johnson simply hates travelling in taxis. One suspects there will be no tip for the driver.

Mavis and Gerty will be here soon. Perhaps some of the chaps will be lucky tonight - for a fee of course.

Oh just one more thing - Before the night is out the station will be the scene of a murder!

Mr Murderie's Players are proud to present 'Signal Failure at Lincoln South' a 1943 murder mystery set in the Waiting Room of Lincoln South Railway Station.

Why not try to identify the murderer but remember, all may not be as it seems!

Mr Murderie's Players are an amateur theatre company raising money for charity. They have not charged a fee for this evening's performance.

Please note - smoke is used in this production - and there may be some loud noises!

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