There’s going to be a ‘murder’ at Brunton Park in October, and police are appealing for YOUR help to crack the case!
Killer On The Loose have been hosting sold-out events across the UK over the last couple of years, attracting 5 star reviews on a regular basis with their unique blend of comedy, games, quizzes and music, and are delighted to be bringing a special Murder Mystery Dinner & 80’s Party Night to Carlisle on Friday 11 October 2019.
The murder mystery plot for this event is ‘The Comeback Tour’ which is based on the reunion of ‘Wham Groove’ who were the UK’s biggest band of the 1980’s!
Guests will have the opportunity to take part in a fully immersive and interactive murder mystery experience, performed by a cast of professional TV, Film and Theatre actors.
And once the ‘murder’ takes place, a Detective Inspector will lead guests through a live police investigation, with clues and evidence presented at your table throughout the night.
At the end of proceedings, guests will be asked to name the ‘murderer’ and one lucky winner on the night will go home with the coveted ‘Star Detective’ certificate, a Killer On The Loose gift hamper, and the chance to win a holiday for two!
But there’s no need to worry if you don’t solve the ‘murder’ because every guest who attends the event will automatically go into a draw to win the contents of ‘The Killer Box’ at the end of the night, which could be absolutely anything, good or bad!
If all that wasn’t enough, as soon as the murder mystery comes to an end, Killer On The Loose’s resident DJ will take guests straight into an 80’s Party Night until closing time. And yes, 80’s fancy dress is encouraged!
Tickets are priced at £15.00 per person (Murder Mystery and Party Night) or £35 per person (Murder Mystery, Party Night and a 3-Course Meal.)
To reserve your seats, please call 07816 111 150 or email email@example.com ASAP, as tickets are selling fast!
'THE COMEBACK TOUR' PLOT
Wham Groove were one of the biggest bands of the 1980's. But as with many popular groups who make it to the top of the charts, success went to their heads and the band split in one of the most acrimonious break-ups in music history.
Thirty years later, however, the perms and the padded shoulders are making a return as Wham Groove, having put their troubled past behind them, are getting ready to hit the road once again for their comeback tour.
Tickets for their UK tour sold out in minutes, but a small number of lucky fans have been invited to Brunton Park for the launch night, and the chance to meet the band.
But have Wham Groove really recovered from the turmoil which caused the break-up all those years ago? Will they even make it to their tour bus? And will anyone be arrested for crimes against fashion?