MURDER MYSTERY NIGHT - Marsham Court Hotel
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Call 01202 552111 to book!

Listen very carefully, I will say Zis only once.

Welcome guests to Cafe Rene, where the Beaujolais is flowing and Eedi is singing out of tune and at the top of her voice once more. With no Germans due in this evening, everyone can relax. But what is this? The Colonel is rushing from the chateau with gateau and a letter lies unopened by the cafe door. The Gestapo are on their way!

Join all the familiar Allo Allo characters for an evening of comic chaos and murderous mayhem as you enjoy a delicious three-course dinner.
Bring a team or join up with others on the night to solve the clues, question the suspects and catch the killer(s)!

Friday 6th September 2019

Dress code: 1940s civilian (or casual if you prefer)
Performed by Award-winning MurderedforMoney company.

Ticket Prices:
Dinner and Theatre only £39.00 per person
Please call our reservations team to book ticket only on 01202 552111

Dinner, Theatre and Accommodation for 2 people on a bed and breakfast basis- £199.00
Single occupancy, and room upgrades available at a supplement.

To see the menu click here.

Never been to a murder mystery event before? Check out our FAQs!

Do I have to act?
No, our professional actors will do that for you. Some guests love to get actively involved and question the suspects, whilst others may prefer to sit back, watch and solve clues. Either is perfectly fine. Our actors love to interact with guests, however, we are sensitive to people’s preferred styles and will never force someone out of their comfort zone. Murderedformoney events are all about fun!

Do I have to dress up?
A lot of guests like to dress in 1940s attire, however, if you would rather just come as you are that is perfectly fine.

Can children come:
This production will include some shouting which may be upsetting for small children. As a rule, we do not recommend our murder mysteries to children of primary school age or younger.
7pm for 7.30pm start

Is there a dress code:
No compulsory dress code but if you would like to match the mood – 1940’s, WW2 or casual.

Click here to book.