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We Wish You a Merry Murder

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

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Various dates throughout November & December 2022 | 6:30pm - 10:30pm
National Justice Museum
Tickets: £47.99

 

It's 1927. The roaring twenties show no sign of slowing down. A dazzling Christmas party is taking place in Nottingham's Shire Hall, hosted by movie star, Frankie Faulkner. Guests include a renowned psychic medium, a retired colonel, and the best private investigator in the world. Personalities will clash. There's bound to be trouble… even murder!

Do you have the wits to discover who the murderer is... or will they walk free?

Join this evening of intrigue, accusations and suspicion – complete with cocktails, dinner and laughter.

Tickets £47.99 per person including:

* Three course Christmas meal

* Arrival fizz cocktail or mocktail

* Murder mystery event


Important: 
Over 18s only.

Please bring comfortable shoes and coats as it gets a little cold in the prison which is part of the museum tour.

Fancy dress encouraged however not essential​​​​​

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