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Cocktails and Crime: Nearest and Deadliest

National Justice Museum, High Pavement, The Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1HN
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25th June 2022 | 7:30 - 10pm
National Justice Museum
Tickets - £23.95


George the V is the King Emperor and Asquith is the Liberal Prime Minister. Captain Scott is heading to his death in the South Pole and the White Star Line are about to launch their luxury ship the Titanic. It is the Edwardian period before WW1. It is a time of great wealth, Empire and aristocrats. It is also a time of change with workers strikes votes for women and Irish home rule all in the news. A week ago, local wealthy widow Agatha Sinclair Smythe died in a mysterious house fire in a wealthy district on the outskirts of Nottingham. Her nearest and dearest made up of good friends, close associates and only living relatives have gathered at the Shire Hall to hear the reading of her will. Each one is hoping for a slice of her vast estate but who will inherit the fortune?


Schedule arrive 7.30pm for your complimentary cocktail
Doors close at 8pm
Suspects are interrogated 8pm before a trial in our grand courtroom event
Concludes around 10pm

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