Following the hugely successful Agatha Christie-inspired whodunnits Murder on the Blackpool Express and Death on the Tyne, unlikely super-sleuths Johnny Vegas and Sian Gibson return with a killer group of comedy greats in the latest Draper’s Tours outing, once again written by Jason Cook. Terry (Vegas) and Gemma (Gibson) are forced to take refuge in a sinister and dilapidated caravan park after their coach breaks down. During the unplanned stay, visitors and residents begin to be bumped off one by one under grizzly circumstances. The all-star cast includes Sally Lindsay, Phil Davis, Mike Wozniak, Joanna Page, Jason Donovan and Annette Crosbie.
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