Murder Mystery Dinners
Our unique murder mystery dinners unfold during an evening of fine dining. Guests are given their characters up to ten days before the event and must come prepared to play their part (no stage acting required) during the evening. Our actors lead you through the events and guests are tasked with trying to solve the mystery and avoid being murdered themselves! We have a variety of themes available.
What some of our clients have said about us:
“We got Juliet and her troop in to do a murder mystery event for the Hawke’s Bay Young Professionals in December 2016 at St Georges Restaurant in Hastings. The entire process was so smooth and easy. All we had to do was sell the tickets to our members, and then two weeks before the event we gave Juliette the names of everyone along with their introverted/extroverted selection and she organised the rest. No extra work on my behalf. Then on the night, we didn’t need to do any event management either, Juliette and her amazing team of actors organised everyone coming through the door, giving them their monopoly money and any additional information they needed, staying wonderfully in character the entire time. None of us was really sure about what to actually expect having never done a murder mystery night before, but any expectations that we had were definitely met and over delivered upon. It was such a fun night, full of surprises and excitement and I think actually all being able to play someone other than ourselves helped to create a bond between everyone there, and enabled us during and after the event to discover more about each other that we might not otherwise have found out, making future events much more seamless as people already had a connection. I know a lot of people were nervous about what an event like this might entail, and if they’d be pushed outside of their comfort zones. And we have a really diverse group, with doctors and lawyers, through to teachers and accountants, but everyone loved it and really came out of their shell. Everyone enjoyed it from the super confident people right through to the most nervous and socially awkward ones in the group. The thing that I probably enjoyed the most is that because everyone had such a detailed backstory you could walk around the room listening into everyone’s conversations and at any point you might find out more information about the story, and I can imagine there are so many potential outcomes that could come from the same base of characters that doing the same story multiple times would still be super engaging and exciting. I highly recommend you give it a go. It’s a great team building exercise for groups and generally just a whole load of fun!”
Dan Browne, Hawkes Bay Young Professionals
“It was voted the best Christmas party ever. We would highly recommend your services to any staff function, as not only was the evening a Christmas function but due to the entertainment you provided, it ended up being a team building experience too.”
– Blaine Stride, Director, Te Mata Peak Practice