Who killed the pop star?

The Meridian Centre in Peacehaven

Friday 15th June 2018

7:30pm til 10:00pm

No age restrictions

Murder mystery event in Peaccehaven famed by songs from the 1980s. The audiance will use their dective skills to solve this gruesome murder.

 
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Who killed the pop star? on Friday 15th June 2018

Murder mystery event in Peaccehaven famed by songs from the 1980s. The audiance will use their dective skills to solve this gruesome murder.

It is precisely mid-day on February 13th 1986. The action takes place in the Green Room at the Monastery Road Recording Studios. As pop duo ‘Wha-Hey!!’ ride high the charts, a Chernobyl of a disaster awaits them! There is going to be a murder!! You are guaranteed a night full of mystery, fun and loads of laughs. Everyone who solves the crime will receive an Ace Detective Certificate. For members of the Team that provides the best solution there is the title of Top Detective and badges will be awarded to prove it. The action will be set against hit songs from the 1980s featuring the music of artists such as Diana Ross, Madonna, The Human League and many more. Tables seat up to 8 people. Tickets booked together will be allocated to the same table or you can book a whole table. If you book under different names, please let us know if you are part of the same party so that we can seat you together. There will be a fully licensed bar which will be open throughout the show. We would advise that young children may not enjoy the challenge of solving a murder although there is nothing in the show that would not be suitable for young people to see or hear. They will enjoy the songs.

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