Gather your friends, family and colleagues together for a spring night out to remember at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. There’s been a murder!
The Year is 1937. The ‘Last Night in England’ party for the members of the Southeast Africa Safari that leaves these shores in the morning, is about to get underway.
The much-acclaimed archaeologist Lady Agatha Plantagenet is here along with her assistant of late the Rev Titus Jennings. Major Monty Fortescue-Smythe, the crack shot from the King’s Hussars, hoping to bag a few specimens will join them on this trip. Edith Marrowbone the famous crime writer is believed to be going as well, possibly to pick up some more tips for her next book?
Crispin Moorcock the son of wealthy city banker, Joseph Moorcock is a late addition to the guest list. Finally, Mary-Belle Divine the recently widowed millionairess has signed on with the party “to get away from it all”.
Everyone seems to be in good spirits and the evening looks like being a good send off.
For some it will be a very lasting goodbye!
Watch as the story line unfolds, quiz the characters about their motives and find the clues to help solve the murder.
Can you unravel the mystery?
Hosted in the beautiful Winterstoke and Wills Hall at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. Enjoy a springtime cocktail on arrival with a three course dinner with coffee and petit fours. DJ and disco until 1am and a prize for the winning team.
Where: Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
When: 20 April, 7pm—1am
Price: £50 per person, book in advance. Age 18+
Bookings of 2+ are welcome, group bookings available. Starts at 7pm.