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Norwich Heart, Heritage Economic & Regeneration Trust

Secrets: The Mustard Twenties - Immersive Murder Mystery event

Secrets: The Mustard Twenties
Immersive Murder Mystery

Friday 13th and Saturday 14 February 2014

Eventbrite - Secrets: The Mustard Twenties

Strange Fascination are back with a brand new immersive theatre show. The company that wowed you with Two Hearts and The Ripping last year, will perform in a fabulous new venue, The Guildhall, Norwich.

Squiffy Banningham is heir to his Daddy's mustard empire and has thrown a bash to celebrate his Pappy's life, but some of the guests have secrets that they would rather not share; Squiffy wants to tell all!

Who amongst them could be driven to murder and why?

For an alternative Valentine's evening full of suspense, surprise and entertainment, join Strange Fascination in the City's 600 year old Guildhall. Immerse yourself in the theatre, explore the medieval Guildhall rooms for clues and grill the suspects in its most dramatic setting yet.

Such 1920s decadence wouldn't be complete without a Mustard Club soiree! Included as part of the evening you are invited to enjoy a champagne cocktail, delicious savoury and sweet canapés and glasses of fruity punch whilst mingling with the other guests, suspects and of course the murderer!

This unique and murderously good evening is sure to sell out on both the 13th and 14th February so book now and it could be you that solves the mustard murder and wins a bottle of bubbly!

Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start
Suitable for ages 18+

Dress Code: Dress to impress in 1920s style or anything goes!
Tickets £20 (includes booking fee, a champagne cocktail, soft drinks and canapés)

Booking essential via http://norwich-heart.eventbrite.co.uk/ 

Find out more about Strange Fascination here, and watch the teaser trailers for their previous immersive murder mysteries The Ripping and Two Hearts.

Accessibility:

The Guildhall is a Grade I listed building. Please note that The Guildhall is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible. There are also around 30 uneven steps to negotiate to the first floor where events are held, and events using the Undercroft will involve use of steep spiral stairs.