Tread the Boards latest performance: a Murder Mystery evening at Longueville Hall.

This original work was based in 1920's Chicago soon after the St. Valentine’s Day massacre. This marked two firsts for Tread the Boards; performing at Longueville Hall and presenting a piece of dinner theatre.

The audience

The show was sold out with the audience entering into the spirit of the evening by dressing in period costume, greatly adding to the nightclub atmosphere.The audience ably assisted Detective O’Malley and Officer Wright with their enquiries.



If you came along, thank you for supporting Tread the Boards. If you were unlucky, and missed it this time, don’t forget TTB regularly performs in and around Milton Keynes and we would love to see you at one of our shows. Keep checking the current production and news pages of our website for more information on our plans for future productions.

Tread the Boards member Jenny Tygrys was delighted to bring back £90 for group funds as the result of a series of quizzes held in the run up to Christmas at the Jalori Restaurant in Woburn Sands.

Jenny Abdul HaiAt the latest quiz owner Abdul Hai was able to present five MK charities with the proceeds and as Jenny was present as a competitor along with two of her sons she was able to receive the money on behalf of the group. (pictured right.)

A number of our members are keen quizzers and fielded teams at some of the events which combine a hearty Indian meal, raffle draw and the 70-question quiz on the second Tuesday each month. Other beneficiaries included Carers MK and Milton Keynes Museum.

"It was a bonus to receive the money on the night and the group will put it to good use," said Jenny who has appeared in many TTB productions, designed sets and directed.

The quizzes continue for 2018.