A Murder Mystery

The Great British Bump Off!!

Cake with bloody knife


 As  baking fever hits the country, the village fete organisers in the
usually sleepy village of Crabblebottom, are delighted when celebrity chef
Eduardo de’Angelo takes up residence in the village, and agrees to judge
the annual cake baking competition. 

But this year there is a change of plan, as the bake off turns into a bump off!!

There are two possible endings, one for The Cross Barn and one for Greywell

See if you can decide who is the murderer - or murderers!!






21st October - at 7.30pm

Greywell Village Hall - with a bar and nibbles

Tickets £12.00 - Now available


28th October - at 7.30pm

The Cross Barn, Odiham, including Bar and Supper

Tickets £20.00  Now available



Auditions have been held, but if you are interested in being involved in any way please contact us.


'Bring your Bakes'  Cake Baking Competition



Part of the Murder Mystery play scenario is a cake baking competition at the Crabblebottom village fete judged by
chef Eduardo D'Angelo

 Because of this, we have decided it would add to the fun to have a REAL cake baking competition, on each performance night, which will be judged by a REAL local chef.

The Competition Rules Are As follows:

Cakes will be baked at your home and brought to either Greywell Village Hall  on 21st October
or the Cross Barn, Odiham, on 28th October at 6.45pm on either or both evenings.

There will be 3 types of cakes:

· A round sponge cake

· A plate of 5 cup cakes

· A loaf cake

The judge will be chef Alexandra Munoz of La Creperie, who is also
supplying the 3 course supper

           Prizes will be given for the best in each category.
Cakes can either be taken home at the end of the evening or purchased by the audience in aid of Holy Ridiculous funds.
To enter the competition you must be a member of the audience.

 Please tell us if you are entering, so that we know what size table we need to display them on.


  Pantomime - Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
Snow White

Once upon a time there lived a lovely princess with fair skin and blue eyes.    
She was so fair that she was named Snow White.

Her mother died when Snow White was a baby, and her father married again. This queen was very pretty, but she was also very cruel. The wicked stepmother wanted to be the most beautiful lady in the kingdom and she would often ask her magic mirror, “Mirror! Mirror on the wall! Who is the fairest of them all?” And the magic mirror would say, “You are, Your Majesty!” But one day, the mirror replied, “Snow White is the fairest of them all!”  

The wicked queen was very angry and jealous of Snow White. She ordered her huntsman to take Snow White to the forest and kill her. “I want you to bring back her heart,” she ordered. But when the huntsman reached the forest with Snow White, he took pity on her and set her free. He killed a deer and took its heart to the wicked queen and told her that he had killed Snow White. Snow White wandered in the forest all night, crying. 

However, all is not lost, as Snow White is looked after by the seven dwarves, and a handsome prince is involved, but is there a happy ending? 

Come along to our pantomime to find out!


Friday 26th January and Saturday 27th January 2018

Friday 2nd February and Saturday 3rd February 2018

At Mayhill School, Odiham


Character List on Auditions page

Pre-audition workshop Sunday 10th September at the Baker Hall, Odiham
children 4pm - 6pm : Adults 4pm - 6pm.

Auditons The Vine Church, Odiham, Tuesday 12th September 7.30pm - 10.30pm