It may only October, but Christmas planning mode is in full swing here at Tall Tales Mysteries.
Get in the Christmas spirit by enjoying one of our festive-themed murder mystery events at a venue near you.
We’ve had requests for private parties and corporate team-building events coming out of our ears so to save you some time, here’s a selection of public events around Christmas that still have tickets available.
Who Sleighed Santa (Middlesbrough)
The Father Christmas employed at the Wenceslas Department Store last year was a big hit. This years’ however is terrible!
When the real Santa from last year turns up dead in his red suit, everyone must work out whodunit. Can you solve this festive mystery?
Join us on Sunday, December 3, at Bloom Middlesbrough for a night of hilarity with our ever-popular Christmas show. Tickets start at £18, and please note that this venue requires guests to order at least a main course. To book, call 01642 242808.
Murder Among Thieves (Hartlepool)
Robbery, missing money, and greed means there’s no honour among these thieves and someone is about to resort to murder to make sure they get their hands on the loot.
This Christmas these thieves aren definitely not full of cheer and goodwill to all men (and women).
Our shows at Hardwicke Hall Manor Hotel always go down a treat. Join us on Thursday, December 7, for a night of fabulous food and brilliant entertainment for just £34.95 per peron. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Murder and the Grand Duchess (Whitby)
Lady Tara Fernow has invited her friends to meet the last surviving member of the Russian Royal Family, the Grand Duchess Anastasia. Is she really who she claims to be though?
Who is the Russian Count who has gatecrashed the party and who has murder on their mind? Lady Tara welcomes you to her home at Grinkle Park near Whitby for a party that’s sure to go with a bang on Saturday, December 9.
Tickets are just £55 each and include a wonderful three-course meal. Call 01287 640515 to book.
A Killing Among the Carols (Northallerton)
The carol singers have gathered to visit the grand homes of Northallerton. Today, however, there’s tension among the festive friends at Solberge Hall.
There’s murder afoot as they gather together around the Christmas tree for a final chorus singing Ding Dong Merrily They Die.
We can’t wait to join you on Sunday, December 10, for day-time mystery, so if you could murder an afternoon tea and some live entertainment, tickets are just £35 and can be booked by calling 01609 779191.
Murder at the Panto (Stanley)
The Durham Entertainers And Theatrical Society (DEATHS) is planning a murder mystery written by leading lady, Mimi Mee.
There is chaos among the cast, however, with everyone ready for a panto and all wearing the wrong costumes and with the wrong scripts! When a murder in the wings is discovered, things go from bad to worse!
We can’t wait for a good festive murder at Beamish Hall Hotel in Stanley on Thursday, December 14. Tickets are just £45 and include a fabulous three-course meal. Call 01207 233 733 or email email@example.com to book.
Murder and Mulled Wine (Brough)
Lord Jolyon Jape’s Christmas party takes an unexpected turn at Cave Castle Hotel in Brough. Join us for a afternoon of suspense and indulgence as secrets unravel, and a shocking discovery is made.
Join us at Cave Castle Hotel in Brough on Sunday, December 17, for an afternoon tea while turning detective and figure out whodunit!
Tickets are £38 each and can be booked by calling 01430 422245.
These festive murder mysteries make excellent early Christmas gifts so why not surprise someone with a gift that’s a bit different?
We’re also taking bookings for private Christmas party nights in January so why not get in touch and we’ll make sure your celebration goes off with a bang!