Murder At The Golf Club
A 1920s Murder Mystery In Which Everyone Gets To "Play" A Round Of Golf
We now have three games you can play virtually online via Zoom, FaceTime and other video apps. Go here for more information about them and to see the great reviews they are getting. You can buy, download and run two of them yourselves or enquire here as to how we can run any of them for you.
Style: Highly Participative or Fairly Participative.
A blend of P.G. Wodehouse, Noel Coward and Agatha Christie, this 1920s murder mystery is ideal for corporate get-togethers, golfing social events and private parties. Excellent at breaking down barriers, it provides a great way for people to talk to lots of other people free from any awkwardness, strain or stress. During it, everyone also gets to “play” a round of golf!
Besides having a murder to solve, there will be some other club business for you to attend to. The position of Club Captain is up for grabs and some of the lady members feel the club isn’t treating them as well as they should be. No doubt their concerns will be listened to carefully and dealt with politely…
Exactly how much people become involved is their choice, but our professional actors are there to ensure everyone has all the help they need, gets completely into the swing of things and leaves feeling on top of their game!
GROUP SIZE, TIMINGS, DATES:
• For 20-250 people
• Indoors or outdoors or both
• 3-3½ hours
• Over a meal or without a meal
• Any date which suits you, providing we have availability
• Style: Highly Participative or Fairly Participative
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.
“Young Neligan arrived at the Brambletye Hotel on the very day of the crime. He came on the pretence of playing golf.”
Inspector Hopkins, The Adventure of Black Peter