Win tickets to Adam’s Estate – A Murder Mystery – Friday 21 February

Do you enjoy a good old-fashioned murder mystery and consider yourself as a modern day Jessica Fletcher?

A unique blend of live theatre and audience interaction with the emphasis on FUN – the actors are the suspects and YOU, the audience, the detectives – this is the show you won’t want to miss!

Join Glenn Parkinson and the cast of ‘Adam’s Estate – A Murder Mystery’, on Friday 21 February for what promises to be a fun-packed family night out in the atmospheric surroundings of Campbell College.

Glenn wrote, directed and is starring in this Murder Mystery, which is full of comedy, mystery and suspense. It promises to have you on the edge of your seat whilst solving the whodunnit. All proceeds from this fundraising event are going to the Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Set in the 1950s at a large stately home, join Arthur, Marie and the dinner party guests in a comedic, slapstick, murder mystery, and try to solve the murder as the plot unfolds.

Alex McKelvey who plays Arthur the butler said: “Arthur is in charge of the estate and knows all the hidden areas and passageways…coincidence? He moves the plot along and guides the dinner party guests around the estate.”

Serena Smart who plays Mrs Parker said: “Mrs Parker, is an older Christian lady who frequently blesses herself more times than she probably should and always carries a Bible no matter the time or place. Is she really a good Christian or is it all an act and she’s secretly the killer?”

Eloise McKnight who plays Ms Price said: “Ms Price comes across as a sarcastic and vindictive woman who, at times, is highly suspicious. She’s an independent woman and might take matters into her own hand!”

Anna Curry who plays Marie said: “Marie is the maid of the house who caters and looks after all the dinner party guests. . . or so it may seem!”

Director, Glenn Parkinson said: “From script to stage, the cast have worked so hard to bring you the mysterious story of ‘Adam’s Estate’. Guaranteed to be a spine-chilling evening, this murder mystery is laced with humour, packed full of twist and turns and a few murders along the way. Book your tickets to find out whodunnit!”

Date:    21 February 2020

Time:   Doors open at 7pm, starts at 7.30pm

Venue: Campbell College, Belmont Road, Belfast, BT4 2ND

Tickets for the event can be purchased via the following link:

And why not really get into the part by coming dressed in your best 1950s or vintage clothing.

Love Belfast has teamed up with the cast to give one lucky murder mystery fan the chance to win two tickets to see ‘Adam’s Estate – A Murder Mystery’. For your chance to win submit your details below.. 

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