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Fred Jeffs: The Sweetshop Murder

The Sweetshop Murder is a ‘true-crime’ noir thriller, set in Birmingham and the Black Country, which re-investigates a 62-year old murder mystery.

When teenage boys stumble across the body of Fred Jeffs on Good Friday 1957, it sends shockwaves around the seemingly peaceful neighbourhood of Warley, where the dead man ran his sweetshop. Despite a Police manhunt, the investigation soon dries up, but rumour and speculation persist….

So, what really happened to Fred Jeffs?

Using newspaper archives and the recorded memories of local residents who remember the case, Graeme Rose pieces together the fateful, jigsaw-like mystery of his great uncle, Fred Jeffs. He discovers what impact the murder had upon the local community and invites you to join in with the investigation. Will someone in the audience shed new light on the mystery, and help crack the case?

Graeme will host a Question & Answer session at the end of each performance to discuss the case, and how the show was made. There is also a Podcast available, so you can hear more about the story in the comparative safety of your home!


Show

Genre
Docu-Drama, One Man Show
Min Age
12
Company
Graeme Rose
Website
www.graemerose.com

Performance

08 Jun 2019
7:30pm
Admission
£7 / £5

Venue

Name
Newhampton Arts Centre
Address
Dunkley St, Wolverhampton, WV1 4AN
Box Office
01902 572090
Website
www.newhamptonarts.co.uk
Accessability
Wheelchair AccessDisabled ToiletsInduction loop
last updated
14 May 2019 @ 16:43:08