A Fete Worse Than Death! Afternoon Tea & Murder Mystery

Whodunnit Events presents ‘A Fete Worse Than Death’ an Afternoon Tea & Murder Mystery at Tinderbox!

A Fete Worse Than Death! Afternoon Tea & Murder Mystery

About A Fete Worse Than Death! Afternoon Tea & Murder Mystery

Face Painting!
Mini Cycling Challenges!
Tombola!
Murder...

The stalls are set out, the bunting is hung & the samba band are warming up as the popular Gallowfield Community Fete prepares to open for their 13th Annual Celebrations...

Here to cut the ribbon is none other than VIP Hollywood icon Mr Dick Daniels, a rags to riches actor with his roots here in Gallowfield, Glasgow.

However not everyone is happy that Dick is back in town...

Will Head Baker Mary Cherry get her sweet revenge?

Does Community Safety Officer Timothy Quest want Dick out of the picture?

Is Reverend Jock Daniels a rogue at heart?

What risks would Environmental Activist Clair Vine be willing to make in order to save the planet?

Be entertained by a group of professional actors in the stylish yet cosy Tinderbox where you are invited to witness the drama unfold before inspecting the clues and questioning the suspects in order to solve the murder!

With four alternate endings available, our Murder Mystery plays out differently each time!

Book now to experience A Fete Worse Than Death! for only £26.99 per person (no extra booking fees) and also enjoy a Tinderbox twist on Afternoon Tea!

Once you've booked tickets to our event through Eventbrite, our Event Coordinator Chris will be in touch by email to confirm your dietary requirements and answer any questions you may have prior to the event.

Email Chris with any queries at info@whodunnitevents.co.uk and check out the 'How it Works' page where we answer popular questions like 'Do we have to roleplay?'. The answer is no by the way!

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Feedback from previous events:
"The event was well organised, from communication prior to the event and the actual event itself. It was very well done from the superb acting to the extra touches like the evidence booklets. Will definitely be attending another event. Well done to all." - Lianne, Facebook Review on 15th April 2018

"Great acting guys and a tricky plot with lots of red herrings thrown in to engage us all. It’s like cluedo in the flesh! Loved it!" - Georgina, Facebook Review on 16th April 2018

"An excellent evening! the cast were amazing, and the whole event was put together very well. Especially liked how comprehensive the evidence booklet was - great care went into preparing it and the whole event. Would recommend this whodunnit to others." - Sushmita, TrustPilot Review on 23rd April 2018

"I really enjoyed my first very Murder Mystery dining experience. The story was one where we were able to relate to and the cast were great. It got us all thinking of 'whodunnit' and which story line was plausible. It made our dining experience a memorable one. I would recommend anyone that are thinking about trying it out, to just go for it. It'll be a fun and competitive night filled with laughter." - Yen, TrustPilot Review on 1st May 2018


FAQs
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Contact our Event Coordinator Chris at info@whodunnitevents.co.uk to let us know your dietary requirements and to ask any questions you may have prior to the event.

What's the refund policy?

No refunds given.

Can under 18's attend this event?

Yes absolutely, this is a family friendly event.

Can I purchase alcohol at this event?

Yes, Tinderbox are a fully licenced to sell alcohol.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Your group will automatically be added to our Guest List when you book your tickets so you won't need to bring tickets to the venue.

Is there disabled access to the venue?

Yes this venue is accessible to all.

Can big groups, such as a hen party, book onto this event?

Yes big groups are welcome.

What are the public transport options?

Tinderbox is a 2 minute walk from Charing Cross train station in Glasgow and is located just around the corner from Sauchiehall Street. Click this link to see the venue on Googlemaps & plan your journey.

Limited tickets available, please book early to avoid disappointment!

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for A Fete Worse Than Death! Afternoon Tea & Murder Mystery are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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