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NYE Cocktails and Crime: Don't Leave Me This Way

National Justice Museum, High Pavement, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 1HN

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Sunday 31 December 2023 | 7pm - 10pm
National Justice Museum
Tickets £27.95

It's the electric eighties and they're getting ready to celebrate the New Year at the old Shire Hall as it shuts its doors for the final countdown. But is it game over for the guest of honour?

Drinks are flowing, and sweet dreams are being made but something suspicious is going on...Don't stop believing, they need you to crack the case.

The year is 1987 and you are invited to celebrate the closure of the Shire Hall before the courts move to their new home by the canal. The last Judge to preside over a trial at the Shire Hall vanished a few months ago after completing the case. Has another one bit the dust?

Please note this is a repeat theme of the June 2023 event.

Tickets £27.95 per person including:
- Two arrival cocktails or mocktails
- Murder mystery event

Over 18s only.

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