This is a job for Holmes… Sherlock Holmes!

A commotion outside; the dining hall doors fly open; Lord John staggers in. Guests have barely a moment to put down their drinks before he lies dead on the floor. That foul play was responsible is in no doubt. This is a job for Holmes… Sherlock Holmes.

Who Killed His Lordship Murder Mystery Event

‘Lord John’ rehearses his death scene…

It’s a strange job – but somebody’s got to do it! Last week was no exception at the very beautiful Tynley Hall Hotel in Hampshire. The Murder Mystery Company team arrived with magnifying glass in hand and created quite the commotion running our popular Who Killed His Lordship? event – leaving even the venue staff wondering ‘who dunnit?’.

One of our resident actors, Mark Flitton, seen in recent BBC One dramas Hidden and Silk, donned the famous cape and pipe and burst into the room as the one and only Sherlock Holmes, whipping the lovely clients into an absolute frenzy!

Who Killed his Lordship Team Building Murder Mystery

Sherlock and PC World having far too much fun on the job!

Event Manager Zoe Taylor who was running the evening commented:

‘It was one of those fantastic events where the clients were running around screaming for help before the starters had even been served! Mark is a fantastic comedic actor and his improvisational skills are second to none – that teamed with a brilliant plot line and fancy dress costumes for all the teams, made the night so much fun for everyone’

Our client wrote afterwards:

‘Just to say a big thank you to you, Zoe and the rest of the team for last night. We had a super time – Sherlock and PC World were superb and we all had a really enjoyable evening.’

Well isn’t that lovely to hear? It seems murder can be fun…

If your team thinks they can solve our devious plot and catch the murderer in time for coffee and truffles, why not give us a call on 0845 006 06 06 or check out our other fantastic murder mystery events at www.murdermysterycompany.co.uk – We’re dying to entertain you!

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