May 6, 2016

This May, the Tipling Stage Company presents “Murder Mistaken” at the Grace Tipling Concert Hall in the town of Shelburne.

Brought to you by the same company that performed ‘The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby’ and directed by Bev Nicholas, ‘Murder Mistaken’ is a classic crime melodrama written by British screenwriter and playwright Janet Green about a ruthlessly ambitious young man named Edward Bare and his plot to steal the fortune of his older, wealthy wife.

‘Murder Mistaken’ opens on Friday, May 6th and runs for the following dates and times:

-Friday, May 6th at 8:00 pm
-Saturday, May 7th at 8:00 pm
-Friday, May 13th at 8:00 pm
-Saturday, May 14th, 8:00 pm

There is a matinee performance on Sunday, May 8th at 2:00 in the afternoon. All performances are held at Grace Tipling Concert Hall located in Shelburne Town Hall. The theatre is a traditional small town theatre with great acoustics, great views from the seats, and access for both the wheelchair and elevator user. Shelburne is easily accessible if you’re driving from Orangeville, Barrie, Guelph, or Toronto.

Tickets are on sale during the weeks before production for $15, unless otherwise stated in a specific production’s advertising materials. They can be purchased at the Shelburne Town Hall (203 Main Street East), Holmes Appliance & Music Shop (135 Main Street West), Caravaggio IDA (128 Main Street), and available online from the Tipling Stage Company’s website: When ordering online, tickets can be mailed to you – otherwise, they will be waiting for you at the theatre up to 30 minutes before the performance. A $5 discount per ticket is available for groups of 10 people or more. Group tickets are non-refundable and must be purchased before the desired performance.

Visit their site to learn more or order tickets:

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