Preview: A Shoddy Detective & The Art Of Deception @ St Andrews Church Hall, Blyth | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Whodunnit? Well in a new production from Arts Council-funded company Shoddy Theatre, nobody has a clue. 

En route to the Edinburgh Fringe, A Shoddy Detective & The Art Of Deception comes to St Andrews Church Hall in Blyth on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th July. Written by local lad Mitch Donaldson, it tells the tale of a bumbling detective who is called upon to find out who stole a priceless painting. However, his inability to solve the crime leads him to enlist the help of an old nemesis and together, in a nod to many a classic crime caper, the pair must interrogate the many characterful suspects that reside at the  manor and work out who the guilty party is.

Tickets are free, on a pay-what-you-can basis and available here.

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