Who killed his lordship?
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As your unsuspecting guests look forward to their meal ahead, a blood curdling scream fills the air. Suddenly the doors burst open – Lord John staggers into the room and dies dramatically right before your very eyes. Police are quick to the scene and confirm the worst…This is a case for Holmes, Sherlock Holmes.
Who Killed His Lordship is great entertainment with each table having to decide on who the murderer was, the motive and how the killing was carried out. Our mobile high-tech Scotland Yard provides a constant stream of props, clues and vital information to help teams with their enquiries. This classic murder mystery with a highly engaging plot, will keep you guessing at every twist and turn. Over coffee the top tables will act out their verdicts – The perfect accompaniment to your meal.
• Sherlock Holmes compère
• Highly entertaining plot & sophisticated mystery
• Event manager and live script writer
• Support actors/staff
• Personal event coordinator
• High-tech Scotland Yard
• Extensive range of costumes and props
• Finger printing kits
• Champagne prize
• £5 million public & product liability insurance
Private dining at a hotel or restaurant is normal with guests seated at round tables. A nearby room is required for all the props, gadgets, clues etc. that we bring to the room throughout the event. Guests should ideally be sat at round tables of up to 10. Please let us talk directly to the venue to ensure all the details have been taken care of and you can relax and enjoy the evening. *Please note venue costs are in addition to the price below*
The price quoted below is based on an example of 35 guests (5 Tables/Teams) in the London/M25/Home Counties Area (we can organise events UK wide, so contact us for further details)
*Note that cards over the phone will incur a charge of 3.5%*
We are more than happy to receive payment by invoice to help you save money.
For further details please do not hesitate to speak to Patricia on the live chat, or alternatively contact her directly here or call 0208 405 6415.