Cocktails and Crime: Murder In The Speakeasy

Cocktails and Crime: Murder In The Speakeasy

15 June: 7pm - 9.30pm


A 1930s Murder Mystery

“When Crime is rife, murder is inevitable”

The year is 1932. You are invited by James Wells, leader of the notorious gang Sabulem Fatem, to an unforgettable night to celebrate another year of them successfully dominating Nottingham’s criminal underworld. Guests in attendance are in full support of Sabulem and protective services have been employed to ensure no trouble breaks out.

All being well, the night promises to bring booze, laughter and great criminal connections. But unexpected guests could change it all…

Enjoy a cocktail on arrival before visiting the museum’s darkest corners on the hunt for your killer. Study the clues and question the suspects in our grand Shire Hall and grab a drink at the bar – if the tension gets too much!

Just £21.95 – includes a cocktail on arrival 

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Additional Information:

Guests should arrive at 7pm

The event concludes at 9.30pm

A licensed bar will be available

Please note due to the low lighting, uneven floors and staircases throughout the murder mystery tour, suitable footwear is advised – and wrap-up warm! Fancy dress encouraged.

Over 18s only

This event is non-refundable and non-transferable


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