The City Adventurers were in Edinburgh, birthplace of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. So it was only fitting we help Conan Doyle’s greatest creation, Sherlock Holmes, in solving a mystery. And so it was that we found ourselves investigating A Highly Suspect Murder Mystery……. We joined the mystery maestros from the Highly Suspect theatre for an interactive murder… More A Highly Suspect Murder Mystery
Don’t you love that new detective series “Isolated crimes” with Inspector Corner? He introduces the details of a case, then asks the audience “was it an accident or was it murder?” His latest show involved a Mystic Murder. A fortune teller, Mystic Myrtle, was plying her trade at a local fairground when Laura Dent decided… More Mystic Murder
With summer comes the annual village show and this year the City Adventurers decided to visit the Killington Annual Village Fete and Vegetable Show. As always the village people were keen to show off their gardening skills and this year the competition was even more intense as there was to be a large cash prize… More Killing Thyme
The City Adventurers stumbled upon another online murder mystery company to try. Femme Fatalities is a family run business, led by three ladies. What is more, they play all the characters within each mystery themselves! We signed up to play “Terror In The Toy Box” where all the suspects, as well as the victim, were… More Terror In The Toy Box
Over the last Bank Holiday the City Adventurers took a trip back in time to 1923 and arrived at the home of Lady Rothersfield. It was her birthday weekend and her family were gathering for a family portrait. In attendance were her two children, Lord Anthony and Miss Annabel. Nice but dim Lord Anthony was… More A Brush with Death
Strolling along the prom. Paddling bare foot in the surf. Lining up for donkey rides. Hunting for crabs. Burying your dad in the sand. Spending time in the arcades. Riding the dodgems. Posing for family photos. Grabbing ice-creams, donuts, chips or jellied eels and pickled whelks as the mood takes you… The City Adventurers were… More Who can forget the thrills of a classic British seaside holiday?
Yesterday, the City Adventurers were invited to join Bob Roberts and his family for an important family get-together. Bob Roberts, a retired builder and horse breeder, had invited everyone to a dinner cooked by his lovely wife, Sylvia. Unfortunately, despite bags of enthusiasm, she was not the greatest of cooks. In fact the only thing… More In Custardy!
Just after Christmas, the City Adventurers discovered there was to be a surprise birthday party for Constance Moaning. For those who don’t know her, Constance is a cranky old bat who gets her fun by spoiling things for her family & friends. This party was to be an extension of that, with the added bonus… More It’s My Party and I’ll Die If I Want To
The City Adventurers are quite proud of their detective skills and so we settled down to play “Who Dunnit? – Mystery at the Museum” by YULU. The box said suitable for 2 to 4 players but actually it meant 2 players, or 4 players playing as 2 teams. The story goes that, during a blackout,… More Who Dunnit!
City Adventurers are delighted to see the return of Inspector Rutherford and the Moonstone Murder Mysteries. ‘Twas the weekend before Christmas, and all through the Grotto, No creature was stirring, but there’s prints in the snow…. It seems someone has forgotten the rule of the mouse to keep quiet, and whoever was stirring has killed… More MURDER IN A WINTER WONDERLAND