Murder mystery evenings with a difference
Do you revel in solving a tricky puzzle?
Do you always work out whodunit before the detectives on TV?
A Mystery Nights
MURDER MYSTERY EVENING
presents a real tangled web for anyone who enjoys a puzzle.
MYSTERY NIGHTS offer fun events for a library or book festival, a promotion evening, an innovative charity fundraiser, a meeting of a WI, Townswomen’s Guild, Probus or other social group – or even a birthday or anniversary party with a difference.
Your teams of amateur sleuths can test their powers of investigation on a choice of three scenarios:
The local police’s best investigative minds are agreed about one thing: Luke Weller the sleazy theatre odd-job man had it coming. But days after his murder they’re baffled.
FIT TO DROP
Murder at the health club! Gym instructor Rob Harkness is found dead in his own exercise studio – and everyone has a motive!
DANCE OF DEATH
The Hon Hector Bonham-Ware is discovered with an ornamental dagger in his neck during a ball at his in-laws’ country house. The question is, who disliked him most?
PIECE together the clues and discover who took a hammer to Luke’s skull, attacked Rob with an exercise weight, or stuck Hector with the paper-knife.
EARN points for every element of the mystery you solve - and points mean prizes…
ALL YOU HAVE TO DO:
ON THE NIGHT:
MYSTERY NIGHTS will provide everything except the participants: a host, all the evidence, answer sheets, prizes for the winning team - AND A LOT OF FUN!
And the COST?
Probably less than you think.
For just £4.00 per participant (minimum per event £80) plus travel costs for venues more than 25 miles from the host’s base, we’ll supply all the above, including the prizes - plus a thrilling murder mystery novel for each participant to take home.
So what next?
Choose a venue, and a date for your event, with an alternative or two in case your first choice is already taken – our events are always popular. Then give us a call or drop us an e-mail to make the arrangements. In fact, give us a call anyway if you’d like to know more.
The last Mystery Nights murder mystery evening took place at Gawsworth W I in Cheshire. Seven teams of would-be sleuths ploughed through the evidence to find who stuck Hector with the paper knife, and a jolly good time was had by all.
The next Mystery Nights murder mystery evening could take place at a venue near you. To book your own evening, contact us at email@example.com.
WHO took a hammer to Luke the handyman's skull?
WHO stuck Hector the cad with a paper knife?
DANCE OF DEATH
WHO attacked Rob the gym instructor with an exercise weight?