2017 was a great year for Manchester Murder Mysteries. We had the pleasure of hosting twice as many special events as 2016 for an increasingly wide range of happy customers.
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Your fail-safe plan for making sure you still have office friends in 2018. Continue reading How to arrange an office Christmas party your team won’t hate
Delightful tea time treats, chilled prosecco, vintage settings, and a deadly plot. What a lovely afternoon!
On Friday 1st September 2017 we’re bringing our best selling murder mystery, 1920s Gin & Sin, to The Raikes Hall in Blackpool. The aim is to raise lots of money for the Magic Moments Children’s Charity. And you could be part of it.
Manchester Murder Mysteries is delighted to announce that it is teaming up with The Palace Theatre Manchester to provide unique and memorable events from their new sensational Oxford Street Bistro. Continue reading Palace Theatre Manchester to provide unique murder mystery events
This month at Manchester Murder Mysteries we celebrate four years of providing macabre and hilarious entertainment for hundreds of groups of friends, family and colleagues.
So perhaps it’s a good time to share a little of our history and explain how two friends who met in maths class decided that Pythagoras and complex equations just didn’t float their boat (Mr Eaton, you are forever an inspiration for our murderous methods – I still remember what you did to my coat…). Continue reading Manchester Murder Mysteries is four years old – but that’s not the half of it
Join the Bright Young Things, for a downright, inexcusable and unashamed night of debauchery this Christmas on Friday 1st December.
‘The Great British Gatsby’ brings to life some of the most notorious and eccentric lords and ladies of the era. Attention-seeking, glamorous and rebellious, you are the original party animals – and one of you is dead.