I've been working with Geraldine Pilgrim on her new show The Missing Passenger at National Railway Museum in York. The show is a kind of whodunit exhibition trail where you solve a murder walking along the platforms of Station Hall.
It's on for 6 months and is completely free, so get yourself some cheap train tickets and see if you can solve the mystery.
23rd March – 3rd September 2017
National Railway Museum, York
Geraldine Pilgrim Performance Company
Follow an intriguing trail to help the missing passenger – the celebrated crime writer Mary Lavender – solve the mystery of the Dining Car murder.
In a strange twist of events, Mary was due to travel on the sleeper train from Inverness to London where the murder took place, but missed her connection. Baffled by the scene, the police have asked for Mary’s help, but she needs you to take her place and be her eyes and ears to investigate this puzzling incident.
Who killed theatre and film agent to the stars, Edward Robey? Eight suspects, who were all on the train at the time, have been questioned but who is the guilty party?
Unearth the clues on platforms 5 and 6 in this mysterious railway crime scene, unpick motives and reach the final conclusion of this curious whodunnit.
The Missing Passenger is a new site-specific exhibition trail by Geraldine Pilgrim Performance Company, commissioned by National Railway Museum.
Free, no booking necessary
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