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What a night: A tailor-made murder mystery at The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast is perfect for corporate team building, charity fundraisers, special events or with friends to celebrate birthdays, hen or stag nights or anniversaries.
It’s one of the more unusual things to do in Belfast, but it’s really good fun. There’s lots of choice here – from a medieval mystery to investigate or a James Bond style adventure.
It all starts in the Boardroom which is the murder scene. If you’ve never seen it, this is a really impressive room suspended above the lobby with a glass wall and its own lounge area.
Up to 22 people sit down to dinner and are given a list of characters, each with detailed background personalities. Four professional actors join you for dinner as they play different roles and mingle with guests with scenes acted out between courses. You and your fellow guests can pick up clues as dinner progresses, establishing a motive and solving the mystery by the end of the night.
You’ll be a guest at the famous Casino Regale Hotel trying to uncover who killed 008 before they strike again. Of course, you must dress to kill.
2. Murder in the library
It’s the 1950’s and it’s all about big bands, big drama and big hair in our rockabilly tale of deception, lies and of course, murder.
3. Death of a Diva
Hollywood is synonymous with scandal, corruption and tragedy. On this night, you’ll investigate the terrible murder of famous 1940’s Hollywood actress, Hetty D’Ivas, in town to perform at the Grand Opera House.
4. Transgressions aboard Titanic
There’s been a murder on the doomed maiden voyage of the world’s most famous liner – can you solve it before time runs out for them all?
Murder Mayhem nights cost £65 per person which includes the murder mystery package of your choice from the four above, a drinks reception on arrival and a four course evening meal in the Boardroom.
Murder She Wrote
1. The Wake
In the early 1900’s two rival undertakers are two of many to fall under the bewitching spell of a mysterious French madame, with tragic consequences for them all.
2. The Charleston Murders
This is a murder mystery set in the rip-roaring 1920’s: Family feuds, corruption, death and, of course, dancing – can we squeeze any more drama into one evening? Yes, we can.
Murder She Wrote evenings cost £70 per person which includes the murder mystery package of your choice from the two above, a drinks reception on arrival and a four-course evening meal in the Boardroom.
Terms and conditions: We need a minimum of 14 people to run a murder mystery night at the hotel. If there are less than 14 of you there will be a surcharge to help cover our costs. We’ll need a deposit of £10 per person to confirm your booking and these are non-refundable and non-transferrable. The balance will be payable in full before the evening and final numbers must be confirmed 48 hours in advance.