A Christmas whodunit is coming to Ushaw Historic House, Chapels, and Gardens next month.
Murder and Mulled Wine comes to this beautiful, atmospheric setting, the perfect place for a murder mystery.
We’re bringing this much-loved story to Ushaw Historic House, Chapels, and Gardens on Saturday 9th December, following Murder is Frightful, which we performed there in October.
Get ready to head to the 1930s for a very special Christmas party with plenty of twists and turns.
The plot and setting
It’s 1932 and Lord Jolyon Jape is throwing the annual Christmas party but there is an unexpected guest, a Bulgarian ballet dancer who is not what he seems, and there is a body in the library!
What lies will be exposed and secrets uncovered? Whodunit? Will you solve the mystery?
Tickets are £57.50 and include the evening’s entertainment, and a three-course meal provided by Greedy Goose Catering and can be booked by clicking here.
A Christmas night out like this is the perfect way to get into the festive spirit, and Ushaw Historic House is the perfect atmospheric setting for a murder mystery.
Do you have what it takes?
This could also make an excellent early Christmas present for someone. What could be a better gift than a fun night out?
We’ll have you laughing out loud as our shady suspects try to wriggle their way out of answering your questions, so don’t let them!
This is your chance to channel your inner Marple and crack the case. Could you win our Top Detective prize?
Feedback we received from our last event here included:
“A fabulous evening.”
“A fun night out.”
If you love the sound of this but can’t make that date? Check out our many Christmas events across the region here.