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Murder on the Forest Express

All aboard the Dean Forest Railway to crack a case of murder most foul!

Shurlock Nolmes, the world's greatest detective, is back on the case in the dark depths of Dean Forest on Saturday, September 4, departing at 6pm..

Shurlock had been looking forward to a relaxing weekend in the countryside to attend the wedding of his great friend Rupert DeSnob at St Mary''s Church, Lydney, when tragedy struck.

Join our valiant Victorian for an evening of serendipitous sleuthing, devious detection and marvellous merriment as he travels on the Dean Forest Steam Railway to investigate 'murder most foul'.

This murder mystery is presented by Ceridwen Theatre Company.

Your evening starts at Norchard Station (GL15 4ET) at 18:00, where you will be introduced to the mystery, before travelling in style on board the steam train, with a two-course meal, consisting of a main course and a dessert (options will be available closer to the day), served on board while you crack the case! The evening will conclude at approximately 21:00.

The cost is £49.50 for adults and £39.50 for over-12s. Tickets can be booked via Murder Mystery on a Steam Train | Dean Forest Railway 

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