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1930's England, it's Christmas Eve in the manor house of the bumbling aristocrat, Sir Walton Gates and his wife, Grace. His daughter Emma, from a previous marriage, arrives from town with her new companion in tow, the dashing James Washington and added to the mix is Sir Walton's estranged brother, Archie, recently returned from years spent in Australia, bringing with him an appetite for mischief and a dodgy accent.
Enter England's most confused police officer, Sergeant Pratt, who unwittingly kicks a hornet's nest of English gentility and the evening descends into chaos with hilarious consequences. Magic tricks will fail miserably, shots will inadvertantly ring out and identities will be confused but can Pratt identify the individual with murderous intent before a body is found? Probably not .....
In the new prequel to the inspector Pratt Trilogy, Sleighed to Death takes us back to the ignominious start of Pratt's career and we discover that his early life as a policeman is no less hilarious!
|Directed by||Catie Angus,|
|Sir Walton Gates||Brian Matthews|
|Morag McKay (Sir Walton's Secretary)||Sharon Roberts|
|Grace Gates (Sir Walton's wife)||Oonagh Walsh|
|Emma Gates (Sir Walton's daughter)||Caroline Jones|
|James Washington (an adventurer)||Nathan Rea|
|Sergeant Pratt||Graham Roberts|
|Constable Potter (a female police constable)||Marie Stephens|
|Archie Gates (Sir Walton's brother - naturalised Australian)||Billy Newton|
|Costumes, Props||Caroline Turner, Adrienne Sanderson|
|Lights & Sound||Mike Lean, Ron Beswick|
|Poster & Programme||Adrienne Sanderson|