8/31 - A Speakeasy Murder - Garage Tavern


8/31 - A Speakeasy Murder - Garage Tavern


Saturday, August 31st at 7:30pm, 5211 A W Market St, Greensboro, NC 27409

Face it - you’ve been DYING to get away with murder!

There are ONLY 30 TICKETS available. $35 in advance ONLY includes drink ticket for 1 wine or beer. This is an event like none other, and RSVP is necessary. Join us at Garage Tavern in Greensboro, NC for great drinks and mysterious happenings!!!

See you there!

Check in starts at 7:15pm

Murder Mystery is from 7:30pm-10:00pm

Join us in a dazzling evening of Prohibition, showgirls, gang-wars and murder! You will be in the middle of the action and it will be up to you to wheel and deal with the other guests. Can you achieve your goals, keep your secrets hidden and survive A Speakeasy Murder? It's up to you.

A Speakeasy Murder

Anybody who is anybody is here at Fat Stan's Speakeasy tonight. Al and the band are desperately belting out their jazziest tunes, Lola and the girls are singing and dancing like their lives depended on it, and Tony the barman is handing out Stan's Specials like there's no tomorrow.

Which there won't be, for poor Scabface Martins. He was one of Fat Stan's pals, and a very popular guy down at the Speakeasy. A masked hoodlum in a long black cloak burst into the room during the interval after Lola's big number, and the poor sap was peppered with so many bullets he looked like a swiss cheese.

The only way in or out of the Speakeasy is through the secret door from Dora's Dress Shop, and the doorkeeper swears that nobody has come through that door in either direction for over an hour. So it figures it musta been someone in the Speakeasy that plugged Scabface, and even worse: they're still in here now!

Officer Pilkington is one of the regulars, so everyone's waiting for him to work out who dunnit. Too bad he's as dumb as a sack of bricks. The only thing he's managed to do right so far is to lock the exit and search the back rooms for hidden hoodlums. He found nobody.

Fat Stan is determined that everything should carry on like there ain't no problems: so the remains of poor Scabface have been put in the Janitor's cupboard and, after a quick cleanup by Pickles the cleaner, the show is carrying on with fevered intensity. But who coulda wanted Scabface dead? Which one of the crooks, bums and no-hopers that make up the Speakeasy's staff and guests is the filthy lowlife that plugged him? And do they plan to strike again?


Al – the pianist

Alfonso 'Linguini' Marino – a well-known gangster

Alicia 'Angel-Face' O'Riley – Sister of Stan's wife Florence

Ava Monroe – a star of the silent pictures in Hollywood

Benny 'Ankles' Johnson – Right-hand man to Stan's main rival Linguini

Bobby White – the saxophone player, always wears shades

Fat Stan Belluccio – the big boss and speakeasy owner

Florence Belluccio – Fat Stan's wife

J. D. Oakey – Personal assistant to famous movie producer Oswald

Jimmy 'the Weasel' Smith – Fat Stan's right-hand man

Kit James – the Mayor's very tidy and serious secretary

Lady Patricia Fortescue-Smythe – an ageing English aristocrat

Laurie Evans – A fashionable writer working on a biography of Stan

Lola – a singer, the star of the speakeasy

Mayor Trelawney – a politician

Mitzy – Lola's backup singer and dancing girl

Officer Pilkington – a Rotten Cop

Oswald Murphy – a famous Hollywood movie producer

Phyllis – a dancing girl

Pickles – the all-around workhorse

Reno Edwards – a newcomer on the scene

Roxy MacDougall – a rich client, owns a department store

Sammy Snake-Eyes – the poker-faced head croupier

Sasha White – the double-bass player, always wears shades

Sly Swanson – a debonair gambler: a big hit with the ladies!

Sofia Meers – the Mayor's companion

Sugar Sands – a famous singer and Linguini's current squeeze

Tillie – a dancing girl

Tommy 'The Horse' Davies – one of Stan's cronies

Tony – the bartender

Trilby Madison – a smart, fashionable writer, here to research a biography on Stan

Velma Du Bois – a notorious socialite and good-time girl

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