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

The Last Gasp
A Victorian whodunit game in which a wicked Earl gets his comeuppance

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.

Numbers: 14-40.
Style: Highly Participative and Downloadable.

The wicked Earl of Coddingham is throwing a farewell party. Royals and roughnecks rub shoulders during it. Scandals soon surface and a murder soon occurs. By playing one of the party guests and questioning the other characters, you can try to work out who the perfidious perpetrator is while preventing any suspicion falling on yourself.

A dissolute nobleman, a dashing cavalry officer, a butler and a male ballet dancer: which one of them penned the curious message found on the dying man?

“Who am I? All cut to pieces…”

This is the perfect murder mystery for those who like intrigue, infamy, stiff drinks and stiff collars.

Group Sizing and Timings

  • For 14-40 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.

His appearance had changed for the worse during the few hours that I had been with him. Those hectic spots were more pronounced, the eyes shone more brightly out of darker hollows, and a cold sweat glimmered upon his brow. He still retained, however, the jaunty gallantry of his speech. To the last gasp he would always be the master.

Dr. Watson, The Adventure of the Dying Detective