Murder Mystery Event – Red House Museum
Dig out your deer stalker, groom your moustache and enjoy a night out with a difference
Put your detective skills to the test and see if you can figure out ‘who dunnit’ at Red House Museum on Friday 15 May from 7.30 -9pm.
What started out as an informal gathering at the home of Lord and Lady Gomersal, turns into something more sinister when Lady Gomersal finds her husband dead in the foyer. On discovering that there has been a murder the guests are taken to separate rooms to await questioning by the detective.
Can you solve the murder mystery?
That’s where you come in, whether you’re a Poirot, Marple or Holmes you will need to channel your favourite mystery solver and interrogate the suspects. You’ll also be able to check out the body and uncover clues. When you’ve completed your investigations you’ll be asked to reveal who you think is the culprit – and if correct, you’ll be entered into a draw for an outdoor theatre production family ticket.
About the murder mystery event
The murder mystery is being held at the museum on Oxford Road as part of ‘Museums at Night’, a UK-festival of evening events aimed at attracting visitors to museums, galleries and heritage sites.
There is a charge of £5 per person to take part in the event which is being organised with the Friends of Red House Museum.
For further information contact the museum by calling 01274 335056.