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Valentine's Cocktails and Crime

National Justice Museum, High Pavement, Lace Market, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG11HN
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15 February 2019 | 7.00pm 
National Justice Museum
Tickets: £21.95
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Get ready for a night of killer passion at the National Justice Museum's 1940s Murder Mystery event.

The year is 1941. You are invited by local philanthropist Sophia Van Krimpen to an elegant cocktail party in the Shire Hall to raise money for the Nottingham Spitfire Fund. Guests include Chief Constable of Nottingham Police Athelstan Horn Popkess, Boots Factory Foreman Albert Finney and Nottingham Military Hospital Nurse Penny Jenkins.

It is set to be a wonderful evening of fun, funding and frivolity until the dreaded sound of the air raid siren fills the room. The Siren of Death.

Enjoy a cocktail on arrival before visiting the museum's darkest corners on the hunt for your killer. Study the clues and question the suspects in the grand Shire Hall and grab a drink at the bar – if the tension gets too much!

Over 18s only.

Please note: due to the low lighting, uneven floors and staircases throughout the murder mystery tour, suitable footwear is advised – and wrap-up warm!

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