Christmas can be murder!

By on December 6, 2017

Bube’s Brewery serving dinner theater with a twist

If the wisdom and whimsy of “A Christmas Carol,” Charles Dickens’ most popular nostalgic tale, doesn’t get you into the holiday spirit like it used to, then perhaps it’s time for a change.

How about a prequel to the Dickens’ famous story with an exhilarating and entertaining twist? Back by popular demand, Bube’s Brewery presents “The Delightfully Dickens Holiday Murder Mystery.”

Bube’s Brewery in Mount Joy offers an invitation to attend a festive interactive Christmas murder mystery party that includes a tasty family dinner served with dessert and delicious mysteries to be solved. Diners are invited to the holiday party of Ebeneezer Scrooge and Jacob Marley in Christmas 1843.

Learn some backstory to the epic tale. Oh, and murder is on the menu! Performers combine with audience participation to create a fun filled evening of lively entertainment.

The cast of Bubes Brewery’s “The Delightfully Dickens Holiday Murder Mystery.” (Photos provided by Bube’s Brewery)

Murder mystery dinners at Bube’s Brewery are hosted in the Alois Restaurant in the original tavern of the Central Hotel that is part of the historic brewery complex. As attendees enter Bube’s Brewery Victorian era Central Hotel, they will immediately be greeted by one of the actors who will escort them to the barroom. When dinner begins, action occurs between courses. Dinner is served family style in much the same way food would have been served in the Central Hotel restaurant in 1879.

Reservations are a must, as this Christmas murder mystery dinner is a limited engagement. Tickets are purchased in advance of the date you would like to attend by calling seven days a week between the hours of 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. The box office phone number is 717-653-2056.

Showtimes take place Dec. 2 through 30. Bube’s Brewery, located at 102 N. Market St., Mount Joy. Learn more at bubesbrewery.com.

Murder mystery dinners at Bube’s Brewery are hosted in the Alois Restaurant in the original tavern of the Central Hotel that is part of the historic brewery complex.

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