New Year’s Eve Champagne Cocktails and Crime

New Year’s Eve Champagne Cocktails and Crime

7pm - 10pm


Celebrate a thrilling end to 2018

31 December – 7pm-10pm

“The ruby, the Roderick ruby is gone!”

It is New Year’s Eve and Major and Mrs Roderick Smythe have called their friends and family together for a night of festivity to bid farewell to 1923 and welcome in 1924. But, when they count down the New Year, the lights go out and Mrs Roderick Smythe’s beautiful ruby necklace is stolen!

It’s up to you to deduce who the thief is. Is it the secretive socialite, Frunella? The emotionless Major, Richmond? Surely it couldn’t be the maid…

Tour the museum to interrogate the suspects, view the evidence and decipher who is the criminal.

Will you be able to bring the real thief to justice and retrieve the Roderick ruby?


Tickets are priced at £24.95 per person and include two free cocktails


Guests should arrive between 7.00pm and 7.30pm for an arrival cocktail. Doors (close at 8pm)

The interrogation starts at 8:00pm before proceeding to our Grand Civil Courtroom for a trial concluding around 10:00pm

The winner receives a free bottle of fizz.


Over 18s only. 1920s fancy dress is encouraged, but not essential. Please bring comfortable shoes and coats as it gets a little cold in the prison which is part of the museum tour.

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National Justice Museum,
High Pavement, ,
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