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Murder mystery in Mission

Mission’s Opening Nite Theatre is presenting the murder mystery Death Among the Delphiniums. - Submmited photo
Mission’s Opening Nite Theatre is presenting the murder mystery Death Among the Delphiniums.
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Mission’s Opening Nite Theatre is presenting a new murder mystery starting tomorrow (March 1).

The group is performing author  Thea Bates’ Death Among the Delphiniums.

Set in a bucolic Engl-ish man-or a few years after the Second World War, the play opens with Lady Florence Andering-Ffyffe (played by Mahara Sinclaire) fussing over the decor and annoyed with her awkward daughter.

Things quickly descend into a controlled chaos, as a dead body is found in the garden and secrets are rapidly unearthed.

Detective Inspector Volper, played by Travis Nick, is called in to solve the murder but is hampered at every turn.

Tickets for the show are $12 and  are available at Murdoch’s BookShoppe on First Ave. in Mission.

Death Among The Delphiniums runs Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. from March 1-17.

Opening Nite Theatre is located at 33223 Railway Ave.

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