Cluedunnit - Murder Mystery Night (Immersive dinner theatre)
Gatsbys Skyline presents a Classic Murder Mystery, best described as an 'immersive dinner theatre'.
Dress in Gatsbys Style - Gangster, Flapper dress or similar (Not essential but preferred!!)
Our actors will all be dressed in 1930’s period costumes and we really encourage guests to dress similarly to add to the atmosphere.
The CLUEDUNNIT classic murder mystery , 'Cocktail of Murder', involves seven professional actors in a fully interactive, live-action murder mystery that runs throughout the evening, right before your eyes. There is no stage, no scripted performance; everything happens in ‘real time’, meaning you are involved in the murder mystery from start to finish.
The team will be ‘in character’ for the entire event. The murder mystery unravels in real time, but will anyone be sharp-eyed enough to spot the killer?
The actors will visit you at your table and you can ask them anything you like, and they will respond ‘in character’…but do not believe everything you hear!
You will experience an Agatha Christie-style murder mystery first-hand, complete with interactive characters, clues, evidence, and a fiendishly clever plot.
Uniquely humorous and quintessentially English, an event from CLUEDUNNIT is the perfect combination of intrigue and fun.
Doors open at 6pm
• 18 30 The cast meet our guests during a drink reception
• 19 00 Dinner is served (a roast dinner with baked vegetables, crusty loaf and lashings of butter)
* 2130 Murder Mystery finishes. Actors will remain for photos and mingling with guests.
Please feel free to stay and enjoy the bar and period music - we close at midnight
The Plot - Cocktail of MURDER
It is 1929, and London is about to witness the opening of the very latest Drinking Club ‘GATSBYS” in Mayfair. This club will be the first to allow women members…and it is already causing a stir!
This stylish establishment is the brainchild of Elliott Strong and has the financially backing of writers F Scott Fitzgerald, Agatha Christie, and PG Wodehouse. The London fashionable set are already clambering for membership, it is the place to be seen for sure, and the cocktails are to die for!
This murder mystery is a work of fiction and is not based upon actual historic events, or facts.