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Murder Mystery Night - Strictly Come Dying! tickets

Tullie House Museum Art Gallery in Carlisle

Friday 23rd November 2018

7:00pm til 11:00pm (last entry 6:30pm)

Minimum Age: 16

Join murder maestros Highly Suspect for a sequin and Samba laden interactive murder mystery event; where you catch the killer!

 
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Murder Mystery Night - Strictly Come Dying! on Friday 23rd November 2018

Join murder maestros Highly Suspect for a sequin and Samba laden interactive murder mystery event; where you catch the killer!

Murder Mystery Night – Strictly Come Dying! Friday 23 November 2018 7pm – 11pm – Garden Restaurant £38 per person (includes a three-course meal)

It's the grand finale of the nation's favourite dance show Strictly Dance Fever where celebrities compete to revive their flagging careers through the magic of dance. But mere minutes before the show goes live its veteran presenter Player Cardsright is found dead in his dressing room, strangled by a pair of shimmer tights!

With the clock ticking and the famous Sequin Tapshoe Trophy up for grabs, it's up to you to solve the murder and keep the show on the road. This one is definitely a case of murder on the dance floor! Join murder maestros Highly Suspect for a sequin and Samba laden interactive murder mystery event.

Analyse the evidence, interrogate the suspects and separate the fact from the fiction to solve the case and catch a killer. Fun, frivolity and fatalities guaranteed!

Optional dress code: sequins, sparkles and glitz!

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