Murder mystery dinner at Tolson Museum
Friday 13 November 2015 is definitely going to be unlucky for one person at Tolson Museum in Huddersfield – for there is going to be a murder!
Worry not – it’s all for fun and to give fans of murder mysteries the chance to become their favourite detective for the night and try to work out ‘whodunnit’!
The murder mystery will unfold at a dinner in the elegant surroundings of the museum in Ravensknowle Park on Wakefield Road, Huddersfield. The murder is to be set in the 1920s and guests are invited to dress accordingly.
As guests dine, details about the dastardly deed and the scenario surrounding it will be revealed and characters can be questioned about their involvement. At the end of the evening you’ll find out if the person you believe to be the culprit is the real murderer.
Organised by the Friends of Tolson Museum, the Murder Mystery Dinner – on Friday 13 November – costs £15 per head and includes a three-course meal (vegetarian option available). You’re asked to arrive at 7pm for a 7.30 start, finishing for the night around 10.30pm. You can even bring wine if you want to.