From spray pads to bowling, cooking classes to active endeavors, here are some ideas to help keep the kids entertained all summer long: BONUS - they’re fun for parents and guardians too!
Enjoy a night of hilarious comedy, delicious food, and murder mystery at the Musical Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at Grand River Raceway. This award-winning dinner show offers side-splitting storylines with a colourful cast who tell this “whodunit” tale with fabulous songs and plentiful comedy.
The show is loosely scripted, but a majority of the show is shaped as the actors improvise and interact with the audience. The 50-minute performance is sure to have guests laughing as they enjoy a delicious homemade meal. The entertainers will engage and act out the murder with the audience during dinner, and if an audience member can correctly determine the perpetrator, they are entered to win a prize!
The evening draws to a close as the villain is identified. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for cocktails and the three-course homemade dinner and live show begins at 6:30 p.m. Seating is assigned, so there’s no need to worry about arriving early to reserve seats. For an extra fun twist – and a chance to win 2 tickets to the next production – dress up for the evening according to the theme of the show!
Taking place in the Lighthouse Restaurant located within the building a few steps west of the main Raceway building, this show welcomes guests of all ages. However, some scripted portions are rated ‘PG’ and Grand River Raceway cannot guarantee the show will remain that way once audience participation begins.
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For more information, visit the website for the Musical Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre at Grand River Raceway.