Murdered to Death was our first full-length production for two years and took place on Thursday 17th February and Saturday 19th February with a matinee and evening performance.
A spoof in the best Agatha Christie traditions, with an assembled cast of characters guaranteed to delight: Bunting the butler (Ralph Taubert), an English Colonel with the prerequisite stiff upper lip (Peter Burton), a shady French art dealer (Barry Syder) and his moll (Charlotte Mitchell), a bumbling local inspector (Trevor Bishop) and his sidekick (Ben Vallely) a well meaning local sleuth (Jane Brough) who seems to attract murder - they’re all here, and all caught up in the side-splitting antics which follow the mysterious death of the owner of a country manor house (Kathryn Attwood). But will the murderer be unmasked before everyone else has met their doom, or will audiences die laughing first?
17th and 19th February 2022
What our audiences said:
"What a fabulous evening.
It was hilarious!
What a great choice of play in these gloomy times. Congratulations to all the hard-working and fabulous cast!"
"Would just like to say how much I enjoyed my evening on Saturday. Great play very well directed and beautifully cast. A great evening out."
"Congratulations to you all at the BDS for a thoroughly enjoyable evening! Ridiculous plot and script well-directed, acted by a very competent cast and crew. A great success!"