WORDSLEY Amateur Dramatic Society is getting set to stage comedy thriller Murder Inn.

The whodunnit play, written by Howard Voland and Keith McGregor, is set at the Barnsley Inn - a dilapidated 18th century inn which is supposedly haunted by a knife-throwing poltergeist.

A night of mayhem and madness ensues when a group of tourists on a ghosts and ghouls tour of England are forced due to a storm to make an unscheduled stop at the inn where knives begin to pop up in the most unexpected places. As the storm builds and the body count rises - the survivors try to figure out whodunnit and who is likely to be the next victim.

Directed by first-time director Paul Homer and assisted by Jeremy Cartwright - the play will run at Crestwood School, Bromley Lane, Kingswinford, from Wednesday May 2 to Saturday May 5.

Shows take place nightly, starting at 7.30pm.

Tickets are priced £8 (£7 concessions) and they can be booked by calling 01384 353662 or 07775 753088 or emailing wordsleyamdram@outlook.com.

More information about the society is available on the group's Facebook and Twitter pages or website www.wordsleyamdram.com.