This blog has appeared on City Adventurers One hot evening the City Adventurers were mysteriously invited to a fancy dinner party. The host was a man called Butler. He knew all of us guests, but we had not met each other before. Well, some of us had, as two of us were playing Mr and… More The Butler is Dead!
Movies Mobsters and Murder Last week City Adventurers were whisked back in time to Hollywood in the 1920’s…..To a time when the studios were just moving from silent films to the new talkies. We had been invited to an extravagant house party, hosted by the notorious Katsby. With stars of stage and screen on the… More Murdered For Money
Although there was one team of City Adventurer Investigators at “Sudden death at Thornbury Manor”, we missed that event. So we were looking forward to fielding two teams at Murdered for Money’s next production. The Gateau from the Chateau Starting on 17th June 2020, the murder mystery was a comedy tribute to the TV series ‘Allo,… More The Gateau from the Chateau
During lockdown the City Adventurers came across an interesting concept from Ian Williams. For this Lockdown Murder Mystery the audience play the part of the detective and the detective plays everyone else. What do you mean by “the detective plays everyone else”? Over five weeks of the London lockdown in April 2020, ONE MAN… More Lockdown Murder Mystery
Moonstone Murders are currently performing their second series of play-a-long murder mystery events. Bippity, Boppity, Buried! For the latest online Moonstone Murders we were transported to a mystical kingdom. A ball had just been held to find a suitable suitor for Princess Aquaria. Unfortunately, the princess had been murdered – poisoned by apple! The suspects… More Yet More Moonstone Murder Mysteries
Moonstone Murders have just started their second series of play-a-long murder mystery events. Mr Wobbly’s Murdertime Spectacular! This time a well-loved children’s entertainer, Mr Wobbly, had been murdered. He may have been well loved by children but there were at least four possible suspects who could have killed him. Luckily Inspector Rutherford was on the case,… More More Moonstone Murder Mysteries
Murdered for Money were back with Death by Diamond, so we booked our tickets and settled in for a week of sleuthing. Death by Diamond was set at a golf course. Again it was was based on one of their live shows and had been adapted to work online. Spread over 7 nights, there were clues… More Death By Diamond
After spending a great night trying to solve Red Herrings last murder mystery – Death by Chocolate – we immediately signed up to play their next adventure – Murder in the Midwest! This time we were transported deep into the heart of Indian Territory and the frontier town of Tombstone. Wearing our cowboy hats, we headed (online) to… More Murder in the Midwest
Get a free mini murder mystery from Catch Whodunit. Ross Fielding was found dead after enjoying pizza night with 5 of his closest friends. It is up to you and Detective Jimmy Pond to catch who dun it. This mystery can be investigated alone “without even getting out of your PJ’s” as their website says. So… More Who Killed Ross Fielding?
With everyone staying at home at the moment, Blackwatch Entertainment have created an online adventure to keep your grey cells active from the comfort of the sofa. We signed up for the online adventure, but missed any notice that it had launched! Not to worry as all the episodes are now available on Youtube. (… More Solve The Mystery Of Who Killed Victoria Rushmore?