Bring a pen and notepad if you want to make notes, reading glasses and of course your sharpest wits and listening skills for picking up clues.
No, listen and react to the actors and the story they are telling you, your job on the evening is to find out whodunit and why!
Ask questions, read evidence and discuss with other guests your theories and observations. There is no expectation for you to act at all but you can join in where appropriate to enhance your experience.
Murder 57 allow children to an event above the age of 14 years old. Please be aware that the nature of these events is a murder mystery and it is predominantly adults who attend.
On the Facebook page or through our website - free of charge of course.
Our evidence are clues to the story which will be displayed at intervals throughout the event to help you in your quest to guess the guilty party.
Of course- we love it when you do and you might be the one to unearth that vital clue in one of your questions!
No - your evening is entirely interactive and the actors will be amongst you, eating and moving around with the story, giving you a chance to ask more questions.
Yes they will and their names are usually placed on the tables - please do not change or modify if at all possible.
You should know that it is entirely our purpose and pleasure to entertain you for this event- as with any theatrical performance we request that phones are kept away and your enjoyment can be marred with undue heckling.
The actors do not hold any clues about their person, in their clothing or bags.
Murder 57 hopes you have a fantastic experience and we look forward to seeing you soon.
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