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Cocktails & Crime: Murder at the Masquerade (POSTPONED)

*Please note, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic this event has been postponed indefinitely. For ticket queries, please contact the marketing team via hospitality@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk. On a summer evening in 1784, beautiful courtesans, industrialists, scoundrels and con-men gather in Nottingham’s Shire Hall for an evening of debauchery. The drink flows but soon blood is spilt as […]


August Bank Holiday Cocktails & Crime

“The diamond, the Darlington Diamond is gone!” It’s 1923 and Major and Mrs Darlington-Smythe have called their friends and family together for a summer celebration. But suddenly the lights go out and Mrs Darlington-Smythe’s beautiful diamond ring is stolen! It’s up to you to deduce who the thief is. Is it the secretive socialite, Frunella? […]


Cocktails & Crime: Murder in the Speakeasy

“When Crime is rife, murder is inevitable” The year is 1933. You are invited by James Wells, leader of the notorious gang Mors Sabuleum, to an unforgettable night to celebrate another year of them successfully dominating Nottingham’s criminal underworld. Guests in attendance are in full support of Sabuleum and protective services have been employed to ensure […]


Humbug! A Killer Christmas Carol

The year is 1853. You’ve been cordially invited by Scrooge himself to celebrate the 10th anniversary since he abandoned his miserable ways. But will the other guests behave? Join us for a night of fun and frivolity and enjoy a welcome drink of mulled wine! Tickets include a welcome drink, a murder mystery tour and […]