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Take a look at our fantastic selection of Scarborough Murder Mystery themed weekends - including Suspicious Minds, A Spectre Calls, How to Murder a Millionaire, Too Many Cooks, Auld Lang Syne!All of these breaks include two/three nights dinner, bed & breakfast accommodation at your selected hotel. Look out for 2 for 1 drinks (t&c apply) at the Clifton Hotel!Our murder mystery night events take place during and after dinner. Guests will be asked to solve the murder and prizes will be awarded!Each murder mystery night has a theme, which has been carefully thought through for maximum entertainment. Some also encourage you to dress up in costume related to the theme, but it is totally optional!Ideal for a fun get together with family or friends! Plus for large groups we offer one FREE place for bookings of 20+!Find out more about what to expect and how to participate.
A Spectre CallsGenre: SpookyOptional Dress Code: Standard Evening WearTonight is the will reading of Clara Mallender who died three months ago shortly after her 70th birthday. Her family sit eagerly awaiting to hear the contents along with her housekeeper, long-time friend, solicitor and medium, Ashley Palmer and Clara herself!
Auld Land SyneGenre: 1940s Optional Dress Code: 1940's Style OutfitsIt is 1941. Sarah MacDonald is joining the WRNS and is being posted overseas. Today is her going away party and everyone is invited to come along and say goodbye to her. What is the truth behind her leaving? Is she running away or making a new start? And would somebody kill to prevent her from going?
How to Murder a MillionaireGenre: 1950Optional Dress Code: 1950s Style OutfitIt’s 1956 and Millicent Montague is throwing a party in celebration of her latest Hollywood blockbuster. She is hoping the film will distract people from the current rumours that surround her with her involvement with an American politician and Mafia connections, but does someone hold a grudge and willing to kill because of it?
Suspicious MindsGenre: Fancy DressOptional Dress Code: Elvis ImpersonatorsTonight it is the annual amateur Elvis Presley impersonators competition. There will be some extraordinary talent on show, no doubt. And some bad ones too! But who is so desperate to be the winner that they may kill to get the hands on the trophy. Oh and you are all welcome to dress up as the king too – if you dare!
Too Many CooksGenre: Fancy DressOptional Dress Code: Chef OutfitsTonight is the gala dinner being held before filming starts for the finale of too many cooks, with an important invited audience of which you are a member. Steve Patterson, celebrity chef will be hosting. Is Steve the same as he is portrayed on television or is he even nastier and is £100,000 a prize worth killing for?
* Two nights dinner, bed & breakfast accommodation* All bedrooms with private facilities, colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities* A Murder Mystery themed event during and after Saturday dinner in the hotel
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What to Expect:
All character roles in our murder mysteries are played by a cast of professional actors.
Your role during the event is to act as an investigator - questioning the suspects, watching the incidents, and, maybe even discovering bodies! Guests are not required to act or to be put into teams.
The action will unfold around you and you will have the opportunity to interrogate all the suspects. You are also encouraged to freely roam around the restaurant and to talk to characters as often as you wish.
The event will be continuous throughout. Be careful you don't miss anything!
Evidence will be displayed for you to study.
How to Participate:
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