Murder in the Cathedral

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Murder in the Cathedral


Date: Saturday 23rd November 2019
Location: Canterbury Cathedral’s award-winning Clagett Auditorium
Time: Doors open 7pm
Tickets: £47.50 (Includes a three-course meal – please select you meal choices when booking tickets)

There will be cash bar and a raffle on the night.

Buy your tickets HERE!
(Maximum of 10 per table if booking as a group.)


Khushi Feet cordially invites you to our most extravagant murder mystery dining experience yet, featuring live actors and an international brass band . . . in the grounds of Canterbury Cathedral!

It’s November 1942. When a nun dies in mysterious circumstances in the Cathedral, the local police are called in to help solve the crime. And they need your help!

Join 368 Theatre Company in the latest episode of The Morlington Mysteries – the UK’s only murder mystery soap opera – and win your team a bottle of bubbly.

Menu choices are:

Potato and Roast Onion Soup (suitable for vegans as well as vegetarians)
Ham Hock Terrine with Piccalilli and Hazelnuts
Smoked Mackerel Paté, pickled Cucumber and Fennel
Feta, Mangetout, Cherry Tomato, Olive Tapenade, Quail’s Egg, Salsa Verde (V)

Main Course
Chicken Breast, Boulangère and Roast Chicken Jus
Pork belly with Crackling, Lyonnaise and Sage Jus
Slow cooked Lamb Neck, Boulangère and Mint Jus
Hake, Buttered New Potatoes, Dill Oil and Beurre Blanc
Mushroom and Tarragon Wellington with a Tarragon Jus (V and can be adapted so it's suitable for vegans)

Dark Chocolate and Lime Mousse with Oreo Crumb (V)
Vanilla Crème Brulée (V)
Lemon Tart, Hobnob and Yoghurt (V)
Caramelized Apple Cake with Cinnamon Chantilly (V)
Vegan Cherry and Almond Brownie

About 368 Theatre Company
368 is a professional theatre company that has been performing murder mystery events since 1996, in a variety of venues, including restaurants, pubs, theatres, village halls, hotels, castles, at private dinner parties, on a steam train and at Arundel Jailhouse. They present a new murder every month, all set in the same Cornish village, forming a ‘murder mystery soap opera’.

The mysteries are written by Brighton-based actor and writer Nigel Fairs, whose stage and screen work has included everything from EastEnders to The Mousetrap in the West End. Recently he has been seen in Unforgotten (ITV), Silent Witness (BBC) and Translations (National Theatre). His eight-part murder mystery serial, Shilling & Sixpence Investigate (starring Celia Imrie and David Warner) is now available from Audible.