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January 28, 2021

Cinema: Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears

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Entertainment in the Byron Shire for the week beginning 27 January, 2021

Lemon Chicken is not only a Chinese takeaway favourite, it's also a great local five piece band who play songs that you forgot you loved. They like to pick and choose from the fine selection of great tunes we all grew up on.

Get dressed up in the sizzling 1920s theme and see Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears at the Palace Cinema on Wednesday. In her debut cinematic adventure, join detective extraordinaire, the Hon. Miss Phryne Fisher (Essie Davis), as she embarks on a globe-trotting romp of mystery and mayhem across the exotic 1920s Negev desert, through glamorous manor-house ballrooms, and down the dark back alleys of London. After freeing a young Bedouin girl, Shirin Abbas, from her unjust imprisonment in Jerusalem, Miss Fisher begins to unravel a wartime mystery concerning a priceless jewel, an ancient curse and the truth behind the suspicious disappearance of Shirin’s forgotten tribe.

Alongside Essie Davis, you’ll see Nathan Page, Miriam Margolyes, Rupert Penry-Jones, Daniel Lapaine and Jacqueline McKenzie.

This adventurous tale is directed by Tony Tilse, written by Deb Cox and produced by Fiona Eagger and is based on the Phryne Fisher mystery book series by Kerry Greenwood.

It’s classified M, runs for 101 minutes and is set to be released on Thursday, 27 February – BUT, you can get an early look at this episode of Miss Fisher’s adventures this Wednesday with a preview screening at the Palace Cinema, 7pm; with Q&A with screenwriter Deb Cox and hosted by Mandy Nolan.


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