Murder at the Movies  Tickets | Tullie House Museum  Art Gallery Carlisle  | Sat 2nd February 2019 Lineup

Murder at the Movies tickets

Tullie House Museum Art Gallery in Carlisle

Saturday 2nd February 2019

7:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 16

This interactive mystery event, will let you crack the clues, interrogate suspects and catch the killer! Fun, frivolity and fatalities guaranteed!

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Murder at the Movies on Saturday 2nd February 2019

Please note, this event has been cancelled.

We are delighted to welcome back to Tullie House; Highly Suspect, who will bring us, our Murder at the Movies event.

Hollywood in the 1940's. The most glamorous place on earth. Corny Brothers studios is delighted to open its doors for exclusive backstage tours, allowing a fascinating peek behind the scenes into how the movies are made. Meet with the stars of the next Hollywood hit and enjoy a unique opportunity to chat to both the writer and director of the spectacular Gone with the Wind sequel; Back with the Breeze.

**Please note: Since the death of star Mark Cable who was mysteriously found shot in his locked trailer, places on Corny Brothers Studio Tours are extremely limited. Studio bosses Tom and Jerry Corny are prepared to offer a substantial reward if any participant can offer a solution to his seemingly inexplicable murder...**

Crack the clues, interrogate the suspects and catch the killer in an interactive mystery event brought to you by murder maestros Highly Suspect. Fun, frivolity and fatalities guaranteed!

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