Murder and the Grand Duchess

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27 October 2019

Murder and the Grand Duchess

Phil Jewitt Events present an afternoon of murder, mystery and intrigue. We’re teaming up with Tall Tale Mysteries to deliver a fantastic evening of entertainment to raise money for the Bradley Lowery Foundation and their new holiday home.

Will you be able to solve whether the young lady in question is actually Anastasia, the last surviving member of a prestigious Royal Russian family? Will you be the witness to a murder? Grab your friends and test your wits at a thoroughly enjoyable evening of murder mystery, whilst raising funds for a wonderful cause.

Bradley’s Story and the BLF holiday home

The Bradley Lowery Foundation was set up in memory of six year old Bradley Lowery who sadly lost his battle with Neuroblastoma, a rare and aggressive form of childhood cancer, in 2017. The Bradley Lowery Foundation and SAFC have come together to create a dream holiday home for families and children to create some amazing memories together while out of hospital.

Families can spend days, weeks, months in hospital with a seriously ill child and being able to have a short getaway makes a world of difference. The Foundation want other children to have the opportunities Bradley had, to be able to relax and enjoy time with their families away from the day to day life of ongoing treatment.


Adult standard £10

Adult VIP £22.50

Child standard £5

Child VIP £12.50

Venue:  Bonded Warehouse, Low Street, Sunderland, SR1 2RQ


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