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Cocktails and Crime: Live and Kicking

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Saturday 8 June | 2024 | 7pm
National Justice Museum
Tickets £24.99

Join editor Rex Wright at the launch party of his latest and hottest magazine, You Got Judged! featuring It-Girl Vienna Smythe-Revell. What better place to hold the party than the Shire Hall, with its former court rooms to play on the new magazine's name. But the party begins with a shocking discovery...

Key suspects include the star girl herself, a rival publisher, the local journalist and the child of the publisher. Do you have the wits to take this 1990s' whodunnit from glossy cover to guilty?

Play detectives, interview the suspects and find the clues to catch the culprit.

Tickets £24.99 per person including:
Arrival cocktail or mocktail
Murder mystery event

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