AVAILABLE SHOWS

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Peril on the Palatine Express

Peril on the Palatine Express

Style: A ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ Inspired Whodunnit Suitable for: 6-40 Guests Case Brief: 1938, St Pancras station is in its prime connecting people into the heart of the Capital. However, one train this evening has appeared in the most mysterious circumstances. Emerging through the smoke the Palatine pulls to a halt on Platform 4, and a blood curdling scream is heard echoing throughout the station. A passenger is discovered dead in the most suspicious of circumstances.

The Harder they Fall

The Harder they Fall

Style: Country Music Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 6-40 Guests Case Brief: It’s Saturday night and guests are queuing up outside the O2 Arena in keen anticipation for the upcoming Country & Western, Louisiana to London concert, headlined by the legendary Dusty Ray Daisy. However, horror strikes when it appears Dusty has been found dead in her dressing room, foul play is at hand!

Death at a Dinner Club

Death at a Dinner Club

Style: Classic 1930’s Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 6-40 Guests Case Brief: The year is 1935 and the Library Supper Club is filled with London’s elite fighting for their place at the prestigious table. However, tonight one chair sits empty. The chairman Sir Charles Atherton is nowhere to be found, that is until Inspector Rutherford arrives to inform their beloved chairman has been found murdered in his study! He calls upon the assistance of the supper club members to deduce the culprit.

Malice in Wonderland

Malice in Wonderland

Style: Modern Alice in Wonderland Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 6-120 Guests Case Brief: An am-dram company are opening their production of 'Alice in Wonderland' at a nearby theatre. In anticipation of their friends joining them for a pre-opening night dinner, they've rushed to the venue and forgotten to take off their costumes. The cast are stopped in their tracks as a Police Officer says their beloved director is dead in the theatre and it's off with their heads for one of them!

Death by Dessert

Death by Dessert

Style: Modern 'Bake Off' Inspired Whodunnit Suitable for: 6-40 Guests Case Brief: The little village of Stumply-on-Rye are gearing up for the most important night of the year, it's not Christmas nor Eurovision, but the annual village fete with a chance for a winner to home the coveted Golden Sponge cake trophy for best cake. This year has taken a dark turn as someone swiped the trophy and the vicar's found dead in the vestry.

Bippity, Boppity, Buried!

Bippity, Boppity, Buried!

Style: Fairytale Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: In the magical Kingdom of Emmersia a Royal Ball is being held, but when the clock strikes 12, although one Princess meets Prince Charming another Princess has met her maker! With our deceased Princess found with nothing by a broken magic wand beside her, did she fall fate to a witches curse? Did she die from a broken heart? Or did someone wish upon a star come true?

Curse of the Pharaohs

Curse of the Pharaohs

Style: 1920’s Explorer Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: After a long and expensive process of failed excavations, a major expedition led by Sir Wilfred Marker has finally made a breakthrough, discovering the tomb of unknown Pharaoh La-Tadkhul. However, it seems the Curse of the Pharaohs has struck again as Sir Wilfred is found dead in his tent the following morning! Is this a curse at play? Or will the guilty suspect be able to get away before they face the asp?

Dressed to Kill

Dressed to Kill

Style: Modern Fashion Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: For anyone who lives for the latest trends, London fashion week is a pinnacle in their calendar and this year it is expected to serve glitz and glamour bigger than ever before. The stage is set, the catwalk is surrounded for the prior days, yet the night before his collection is unveiled, a renowned designed has been found murdered in his studio and the collection has disappeared!

Murder at Mothley Zoo

Murder at Mothley Zoo

Style: Modern day Zoo Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: As the glorious weather shines down, families have flocked for a day out at Motley Zoo, and if the kids misbehave they can be dragged around the old moth house too. But this weekend, the queue is snaking up in excitement for the new Gorilla. However, when the red curtain is pulled back, there is no sign of the Gorilla, but the body of the head zookeeper in its place!

Mr Wobbly's Murdertime Spectacular!

Mr Wobbly's Murdertime Spectacular!

Style: Children’s TV Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: What time is it kids? It’s Wobbly time! For the last 10 years, kids have been glued to the TV at 4pm to watch Mr Wobblys Funtime Spectacular. Surely everyone loves Mr Wobbly, no? Well someone was clearly baying for more than a custard pie to the face, as Mr Wobbly has been found murdered just prior to filming his 1000th show! Will you be able to solve the case before the final credits roll?

Murder at the Mason Hotel- Online Image.

Murder at the Mason Hotel- Online Image.

Style: Modern 'Faulty-esqe' Whodunnit Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: The Mason Hotel is the ultimate couples retreat, Michelin star quality dining and acres of gardens to roam in. It is the picture of bliss, that is until a body is found floating in the hot tub. Determined to avoid another bad TripAdvisor review (He swear the trifle was in date) the irascible has decided to solve the case himself. So check into the Mason Hotel, they say the food is to die for...

Fatality on the Ferry

Fatality on the Ferry

Style: Modern Day Farcical Whodunnit Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: After a series of errors on the Diddly Dolphin (and another murder investigation 9 months ago), the general manager has worked hard to convince the community and tourists there won’t be any more problems. That is until it seems murder has struck twice on this Ferry!

The Tables have Turned

The Tables have Turned

Style: Modern Comedy Sherlock Holmes Spoof Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: This evening is like any other for Moonstone, performing another Murder Mystery for another audience. However, the Master Detective 'Sherman Bones' is swiftly interrupted by the very real D.I Clayton. It turns out the owner of Moonstone has been found dead in their office and these unsightly actors are the prime suspects!

Killer at the Casino

Killer at the Casino

Style: Classic 1930's Mafia Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: The mean streets of Chicago were never a safe place to take the family, gangsters roam every corner and the Casinos were no exception. However, in Capone’s recent assassination order, the police caught wind and intercepted, only they were just slightly too late. Police have rounded up the infamous gang and are determined to figure out who killed off the blackjack dealer before it’s too late.

A Midsummer Nights Murder

A Midsummer Nights Murder

Style: Modern Shakespeare Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: The Shakespeare players are gearing up for the opening night of their outdoor tour of A Midsummer Nights Dream in the gardens of a nearby manor house. After the final rehearsal, the cast have arrived to meet local supporters and patrons, however they are stopped in their tracks. Bottom has been founded murdered in the grounds and they are the prime suspects. It seems tonight is less Midsummer and more Macbeth!

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Curse of the Pharaohs

Style: 1920’s Explorer Themed Whodunnit Suitable for: 40-120 Guests Case Brief: After a long and expensive process of failed excavations, a major expedition led by Sir Wilfred Marker has finally made a breakthrough, discovering the tomb of unknown Pharaoh La-Tadkhul. However, it seems the Curse of the Pharaohs has struck again as Sir Wilfred is found dead in his tent the following morning! Is this a curse at play? Or will the guilty suspect be able to get away before they face the asp?

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