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Have a brush with a murder mystery at Carew Castle

A murder mystery evening with an artistic twist will take place at Carew Castle on Friday 19 July.

Set in 19th century Carew, A Very Artistic Murder revolves around a visit by famous painter J.M.W. Turner, who has just completed his famous painting of the Castle whilst on a tour of Pembrokeshire.

The controversial poet Coleridge, who left a trail of disaster wherever he went, is also in the area but surely there could be no connection with these two famous creative minds and a horrific murder?

A murder mystery evening with an artistic twist will take place at Carew Castle on Friday 19 July.
Help solve A Very Artistic Murder at Carew Castle on Friday 19 July.

Carew Castle Manager Daisy Hughes said: “We are delighted to welcome Harvey's Murder Mysteries back to the Castle this year with another terrible crime for you to solve.

“This promises to be an enjoyable evening as you help discover whodunit over a buffet meal in the Lesser Hall.”

A Very Artistic Murder will take place at Carew Castle on Friday 19 July. Doors open 7pm and the event starts at 7.30pm.                                                                                                                          

Tickets are £21 for adults and £18.50 for children (over 12s only). Ticket price includes buffet. A bar will be available all evening.                                                                                                   

Booking is essential, to reserve your place call 01646 651782. Please note tickets are non-refundable.                                                                                                                                               

For more information about Carew Castle, which is managed by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, visit www.carewcastle.com.

Published 09 July 2019


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