Murder mystery dinners, weekends, team building. London and the whole of the UK. If you have any questions please call 01489 505220
New venue and dates: Spitbank Fort in the Solent off the coast of Portsmouth and Southsea. Murder mystery at a unique location. Dates are 24/05/16, 19/07/16 and 13/09/16.
Fort Widley Portsmouth available all year round for groups of 20 plus All inclusive £48 per head includes 3 course meal and all drinks for the evening unlimited. Fun and entertaining. Something different for the Xmas party this year?
Xmas 2016 murder mystery at Titchfield Hampshire. Complete with 1930’s Police car for meet and greet All inclusive £48 per head includes 3 course meal and all drinks for the evening unlimited. Fun and entertaining. Classic murder mystery setting.
Other locations: Anywhere nationwide! Call us with your requirements: 01489 505220 feel free to text your inquiry 07961 741080 Call or text
Murder Mystery 2016
Why a Murder Mystery?
- Producing 1st class events throughout the UK & Europe for 20 years.
- Teams and event managers for any area of the UK.
- Fun & intriguing
- Professional Actors
- Professional Scripts
- Complete with suspects, forensic clues, detective notes and prize certificates.
- Costumed performers
- Themes: Modern day, Medieval, Gangsters, 1920/30’s, 007, Moulin Rouge, 1940’s, 1960/70’s, Pirates and many more.
- Costumes available to hire.
- Upgrade to ‘goodie bags’ including Tee shirts, mugs, pens & table gifts.
- Public liability insurance
What happens on a Katchakilla murder mystery dinner or evening.
A team of professional actors will meet and greet you and your guests for pre-dinner drinks in character. (They will remain in character for the full duration of the event).
During this time you will need to keep your wits about you and listen out for any incriminating conversations or actions. You and your guests will then go into dinner. Once your guests are settled the crime begins to unfold.
The lead character will then announce how the investigations will run. Physical clues are uncovered such as maps of the scene of the crime, incriminating letters, secret codes and Pathology reports.
You will be invited to identify and interrogate the suspects during the course of the dinner. This is where a lot of the fun happens: All the suspects are entertaining, even if they appear surly or bundles of fun or completely bizarre, remember they are a suspect.
Around coffee time you will be asked to name the suspect you believe to be the killer. There will then be a ‘reveal’ as the killer is unmasked. Prize certificates are awarded for the best and silliest conclusions.
Duration is around three hours with little disruption to food service.
More than 23 years and over 3000 productions to date!
The world of intrigue and mystery.
The whole genre of murder mystery has held a fascination with the public for many years. Probably the most famous real life case was that of ‘Jack the Ripper’ credited as the first serial killer. The exploits of Sherlock Holmes in the world of fiction became the pioneering private detective in print during the late Victorian and Edwardian era.
In the UK the ‘golden era’ of crime writing in 1930’s produced fantastic writers including Dorothy L Sayers, Margery Allingham and of course Agatha Christie. These writers created the classic world of eccentric characters. The crusty Military Majors, sleuthing Vicars, dubious adventurers, bright young things and a full range of amateur investigators and the official Police.
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