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Khushi Feet, a Kent-based charity raising money for schools for street children in India, holds a murder mystery night at Mount Ephraim House, Hernhill.
The murder mystery, Bonfire of the Insanities, is set in the sleepy Cornish village of Morlington Hill during its annual bonfire celebration and is accompanied by a three-course meal prepared by Corinne’s Creative Kitchen (Taste of Kent award winner) and Chetna Makan, the Great British Bake Off 2014 semi-finalist.
During the meal, the drama is presented by professional actors from 368 Theatre Company before, over coffee, guests fill in their murder inquiry form. At the end of the evening, the table that has spotted the most clues wins a prize.
Tickets cost £38, with all proceeds going to Khushi Feet, and can be bought online at www.khushifeet.org.uk (subject to a 0.75p credit card charge) or ordered if you are able to pick them up and pay for them in Faversham.