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STOP PRESS: SPECIAL OFFER FOR CHARITY MURDER MYSTERY EVENTS
For a limited time this special offer means we will donate £5 per attendee to the charity you are fundraising for.
Events must be booked before 28th February 2018 to qualify for the offer. The event itself can be held anytime
between November 2017 and 1st July 2018. Minimum 20 guests. Please quote SPECIAL OFFER CHARITY.
Prices for the event start from £14 per person (50+ guests).
Our focus is to create bespoke, fun and affordable murder mystery events for 10 to 100 people. All events are fully facilitated by plot writer, Helena Tendall.
Our murder events are unique. There are no outside actors. You each play a role in an intriguing murder plot. Your mission is to stop your character being implicated but at the same time try to work out who IS the killer! No-one knows whether they are the murderer until the final act.
Prior to the event every member of your party will receive an invitation detailing their character role, what to wear and a synopsis of the plot. On the day, individual booklets are provided which act as scripts.
After Introductions and Alibis the guests embark on a Clue Hunt to search for evidence either around the venue or on an orienteering style countryside clue hunt (great for rambling groups). This is followed by a quick fire question and answer session (don't worry - questions and answers are all provided in the booklets). Deductions are then made either individually or in teams. Finally, the Investigating Officer (A.K.A. plot writer Helena Tendall) will reveal 'whodunit'. It could be YOU!
Phone us for a no obligation chat to discuss an event you would like to hold - we are totally flexible and can work around your groups needs. Tel: 0793 6067758 or 0116 2153135 (24 hour ansaphone) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Interview on Melton Eye November 2013.mp3