Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Costume Exhibition - Consuela the Cook carked it: Can you solve the mystery?

In conjunction with the Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Costume Exhibition, Old Government House is offering children the opportunity to do their own detective work these holidays.

In the 1920s Old Government House was a school boarding house. In this action-packed theatrical adventure we’ll take you back to Easter 1928 when Consuela the Cook has been found dead in the kitchen.

Come and help us solve the mystery of how Consuela the Cook died at the same time as learning about life in the old college boarding house. Come dressed as a 1920s sleuth, meet Matron Merry, Stinker the Groundsman, Nettie the Nurse, Riley the Reverend and others as you collect clues and help Headmaster Hake to solve the mystery of how Consuela died.
Do you dare examine the crime scene? Are you adventurous enough to explore the house for clues? Will you be brave enough to confront a murder suspect? Come and test your courage - and have a load of fun at the same time!

Program Notes
This is a children’s interactive theatrical program with tickets limited to 20 per session. We encourage adults not to book tickets for themselves but if necessary then please note – all booked adults will be treated a big children! Those willing to let the children solve the crime on their own are most welcome to relax at Lachlan’s Café for tea or lunch.
All children who participate will be given a notebook to take notes, looking for their invaluable assistance to solve the crime.

Dressing up in 20s style is encouraged

Mondays 14, 21 & 28* April 2014
10-11.30am, 12-1.30pm and 2-3.30pm
*28th April is a pupil-free day at most schools.

Tickets: - available here
Suitable for children aged 7-12yrs old
Child $16.00
Adult $12.00
NT Junior Member $14.00
Adult Member $10.00

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