Murder mysteries for team building and private events
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Murder mysteries for team building and private events

Dinner With The Ambassador
A 1920's Murder Mystery

Numbers:  25-250.
Style:  Watch The Action.

You are a guest at a very special event. The British ambassador in Ruritania is hosting a party at his embassy. You have been invited! When you arrive, you will be treated as if you are a Marquis or Earl, Baroness or Lady.

The guest of honour is slightly eccentric. You may be under the impression that he is a drunk, lecherous madman. Impossible. He’s King Rudolf IV of Ruritania!

There will, unfortunately, be a few tragic deaths before the party finishes. Inspector Klop will no doubt have some investigating to do. But he knows his place. He and our other actor characters will leave you alone when your meal is on the table, so you’ll be able to enjoy your food without interruption. If any Ferrero Rocher is served, so be it. It’s one of those sort of parties.

Over coffee, Klop will invite tables to put forward theories to explain who the killer is. When he’s heard from everyone, he’ll give his own theory and arrest the malefactor. And then the cream of Europe will be left to carry on doing what they do best: having a ball!

Dinner With The Ambassador is a 1920s version of our Banquet of Blood plot.

Group Size, Timings and Dates

  • For 25-250 people
  • Indoors
  • 3-3½ hours
  • Broken up into different scenes between courses over a meal or without a meal
  • Any date which suits you, providing we have availability
  • Style: Watch The Action

We’re here to help make planning your event easy for you. You may prefer to leave almost everything to us. Or you may want to get very involved in the process. Either way is fine by us. Filling in our Enquiry Form will ensure we get the most useful information over to you right from the start. Or if you’d prefer to talk over what you have in mind, call us on 020 8842 1284.

The dinner itself was neither well served nor well cooked, and the gloomy presence of the taciturn servant did not help to enliven us.

Dr. Watson, The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge