Murder mystery night at Davenport’s Magic Kingdom

Magician Roy Davenport, owner of Davenport's Magic Kingdom, North Walsham. Pictured next to a painting of his great-grandfather Lewis Davenport who brought magic into the family.
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY Magician Roy Davenport, owner of Davenport's Magic Kingdom, North Walsham. Pictured next to a painting of his great-grandfather Lewis Davenport who brought magic into the family. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Thursday, June 12, 2014
10:00 AM

A North Walsham attraction will be holding a dastardly evening of murder mystery and magic this weekend.

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Davenport’s Magic Kingdom, on the edge of the town, will be holding the event on Saturday June 14.

Specially written by ex-CSI officer and professional murder mystery writer, Burtie Welland, Find the Lady offers sumptuous dining, non-stop entertainment and an intriguing blend of magic and murder.

Guests will be taken back to 1956 for the event and can dress in keeping with the 1950s evening theme.

Tickets cost £38.50 and include a three course pre-ordered meal with vegetarian and special dietary options available.

Book online at www.davenportsmagickingdom.co.uk or call 01692 405254.

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