It's a classic whodunit mystery - with a special cause.
The Rotaract Club of Tamar Valley are hosting A Royal Murder Mystery at the South Launceston Football Club rooms on July 31 in an effort to raise funds for the Rotary Foundation, which helps across Australia and internationally with efforts to end polio and helping with COVID-19 efforts, amongst other causes.
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It's the culmination of months worth of work for the club, with the idea put together by organiser and club member Emily Newman.
"I wanted to really do something different and have a bit of fun with the club," Ms Newman said.
"I'm really looking forward to people coming in and interact with the story and try and figure out who the murderer will be.
"There will also be raffle items and a silent auction running during the evening and a banquet style dinner."
Details can be found on the club's Facebook page.
Tickets and more information can be found via the event website.
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