A weekend of Easter Murder
We’ve had a busy Easter Weekend of murdering - First solving a ‘Hollywood Homicide’ at the wonderful BeamishHall followed by ‘Murder at Mystery Manor’ for a very special birthday!
Good Friday saw us visit the stunning Beamish Hall for the first time (watch this space as we make more appearances at this venue in the future!), and work with their particularly eagle eyed detectives to solve the Murder at the Movies! Special photography points to the guest who created their very own crime scene with us after the event.
We will be back at Beamish Hall with a brand new mystery, The Curse of King Tut on June 15th. You can book tickets direct here : https://www.fatsoma.com/beamish-hall/wk4cynjc/murder-mystery-the-curse-of-king-tut
Then, what better way to spend Easter Sunday than by solving a murder? We had a fantastic night with this bunch of highly suspicious suspects solving ‘The Murder at Mystery Manor’ in celebration of Miss Magenta’s birthday. This was the debut for our brand mew self performed mystery, which is suitable for 8-16 players - perfect for birthdays, annivesaries or just a fun night out!
Special mention must go to one the most left field motives we’ve ever heard, and of course the superb dual rolling of German museum owner Ollotta Artifakts with the humble Reverend Theo Logy!