FOR GUARANTEED NIGHTS OF FUN, FRIVOLITY, AND FATALITIES!
Have a look at the different themes we have to offer
Find out how a murder mystery works and how you can get involved.
See us in action at the crime scenes
Check out our online murder mystery 'The Social Media Murderer' and our web series 'The Unreliable Narrator'
See what fellow witness' have had to say about their time at a Highly Suspect murder.
Keep up to date with our latest exploits
Friday 26th February
Brampton Rotary Club - ONLINE
Strictly Come Dying
August 6th-8th 2021
Edinburgh Fringe Festival
All mysteries are bookable via the venue
Murder at Mystery Manor
To hire HIghly Suspect for a Private Function contact
A GLIMPSE INTO OUR EVENTS......
MUSIC: Danse Macabre Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
MURDERS COMMITTED AT....
The Edinburgh Fringe Festival
The National Centre for the Written Word,
Blackpool Winter Gardens,
Harris Museum and Art Gallery Preston
Tullie House Museum Carlisle,
The Wheatsheaf Inn Kendal,
Windermere Golf Club,
Haweswater Hotel, Haweswater,
Foundry 34 Restaurant Penrith,
And many more!
Corporate Clients include Axonn Media, Cumbria County Council, Salutem Health Care, PXH Training and The Borderlines Book Festival - and we've committed heinous crimes for birthday parties, weddings and Hen-Parties across the country too!
"The wonderful team at Highly Suspect visited us to perform a pre-wedding day family dinner. We found them to be polite, friendly and extremely talented, and they worked very well with our onsite team to provide an evening of fun and entertainment. We would not hesitate to have them back again!"
Clare Bateman, Sales and Marketing Manager, Lindeth Howe Hotel. 'Cluedunnit.'
"Fun & frivolities is an understatement. @HighlySuspectUK helped make the PERFECT hen do for my sister! Thanks guys! #MischiefManaged."
Sarah Bartlett, Organiser of the Self-Performed crime 'Gary Jotter and the Magical Murder.'
"I was really impressed with the quality of the overall production, the acting, the writing and of course the wonderful interaction between the Company and the participants. This I know is not easy to achieve and yet you made it look effortless. I hope it will not be too long before we welcome you back for another evening of intrigue, comic mayhem and excruciating puns!"
Richard Hall, Senior Library Officer, Oldham Library. 'Et Tu Shakespeare.'