Murder mysteries for team building and private events
For more info or to book please call 020 8842 1284
Murder mysteries for team building and private events

The Auction
Be part of an Auction where many sparkling reputations come under the hammer

Our new online virtual murder mystery game Murder in the Red Room is now available here. You can run it yourselves or we can run it for you. 

Numbers: 12-40.
Style: Highly Participative and Downloadable.

Rich folks and relatives gather when a deceased old lady’s prize possessions are up for auction. The fabulous Von Munchen Treasures are up for sale. Who succeeds in bidding for them is just one of the mysteries that will be resolved during the course of the game. As people raise their hands to bid, do any have blood on them?

Every guest gets to play a unique and interesting character in the plot, from ultra-rich antiques collectors to quirky, wayward rogues and rascals. Our professional actors orchestrate the action and keep everyone on track. Deaths, surprises, clues and possible solutions abound.

Towards the end of the event, the auction takes place: treasures are won and lost in a flurry of bidding. Then it only remains to discover the identity of the killer. Everyone has a chance to accuse before the truth is revealed.

Group Sizing and Timings

  • For 12-40 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 and Downloadable

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.

“You are a connoisseur and collector with a very valuable piece in your collection, and yet you have never troubled to consult the one book which would have told you of the real meaning and value of what you held. How do you explain that?”

Baron Gruner, The Illustrious Client