Murder Mystery Nights
The Worcester Whitehouse Hotel and “Murder Incorporated Limited” would like to introduce to our Murder Mystery Nights. Over the course of the evening you’ll get the chance to investigate some unusual happenings and try to identify the murderer! In associate with www.murderexperts.com
Enjoy a drinks reception from 7.30pm followed by a 3 course dinner & coffee at 8.00pm.
Only £29.95 per person
Upcoming Dates & Plots
6TH SEPTEMBER – ROCK ON
Set in 1968. Join Jerry Jackson, manager of “Ricky & The Ravers” as he launches his new project – a musical based on the 1958 hit ‘Rock On By’. But as his murky past comes back to haunt him, will his project ever become a reality? And what would drive someone to murder?
8TH NOVEMBER – THE NIGHT STALKERS JOURNAL
A journal has been found in the cellars of Hockton Hall. It apparently details the chilling account of one man’s hunt for a Vampire. Written many years ago the find has caused a lot of excitement. Kelvin Smith a noted parapsychologist is the guest of honour tonight at a special dinner of paranormal investigators where no doubt the main topic of discussion will be the journal. Should Kelvin be careful of what he says and who he speaks to? What are the causes of the mysterious deaths at Hockton Hall?
12TH DECEMBER – WHO SAW SOMEONE KILLING SANTA CLAUS?
Benton’s Department Store is having a Christmas party to celebrate owner Arthur Benton’s birthday, which incidentally, is on Christmas Day. Arthur always likes to throw a lavish party and hand round gifts to all his staff but tonight is an extra special night! Arthur intends to make an announcement that may cause an almighty shock! Will everyone react the same way? Just what is Arthur about to reveal? Is there somebody who will stop at nothing to keep things quiet? Has someone got a secret to hide? Christmas may never be the same again.
25TH JANUARY 2014 – ONE LAST CHANCE
'One Last Chance' is a cable TV Game Show, where members of the public get the opportunity to perform in front of 3 Judges in the hope that they will recommend them for a part in a West End Show. This year, the show is the pantomime Cinderella, which will be staged at a famous West End Theatre. If you wish to take part, you must come in costume - dressed as a Cinderella character or something Christmassy. But beware. What dirty laundry will the judges wash in public? Who has been on the casting couch? And is someone so determined to get a part that they would be prepared to kill?