Mystery in History

Testimonies Just a few testimonies . . .

Thank you for putting on such a great Murder Mystery for us on Saturday night, everyone said how much they had enjoyed the evening and you organised the whole thing brilliantly.
Liz Davies, Curator St Neots Museum, following 'An Uncivil Murder'

Thank you so much for an entertaining evening - brilliant story line and superb acting.
Louise Clark, following 'The Last Flight'

You could sense the excitement of the participants as they hunted for clues in the basement and watched the scenes acted out inside the house; and the atmosphere in the restaurant was buzzing with bonhomie, helped in no small measure by the excellent cooking from our catering department.
Anne French, Events Manager, Wimpole Hall (following 'Wickedness at Wimpole')

Thank you . . you made the cruise.
Joyce, (following 'Roger Hooker's final cruise')

Just wanted to say a big thank you to you both for yesterday. The Murder Mystery was a huge success with all the staff at our away day and I really enjoyed being able to participate with the team.
Mair, King St Housing Society

I have heard nothing but praise, and we have received many requests about when the next one will be. Very many thanks to all of you for such a memorable evening. We appreciated all the hard work that went into the presentation, it was a roaring success.
John Hardy, (following 'The Bede House Mystery')

"You should have come to the fantastic Murder Mystery Evening . . . It was a splendid - and very different - way to spend New Year's Eve".
Ann Williams (following 'The unfortunate wedding of Edward Sturridge')

"What a brilliant evening we had - thank you so much. Your research into our village characters and history was amazing and the murder mystery enthralled everyone who attended. Quite an achievement. We shall have you again".
Chair, Blunham Village Hall (following 'The Blunham Mystery')

"We enjoyed an evening of unexpected twists and cryptic clues, taking us from confused as to the culprit to certain (though ultimately wrong!), via all points in-between. The team of players skillfully interweaving local history with that of the venue, and with the narrative. Always engaging, constantly entertaining, and ultimately a great evening out.
Peter & Heather Arnold (following 'The Bushmead Almshouse Mystery')

"I have not enjoyed a New Years Eve as much for as long as I can remember. The evening was challenging, entertaining, extremely well organised and a really good laugh. Everyone involved made every effort to ensure that we all had a fantastic evening. It was great being able to roam around such a beautiful house and I'm glad we went for the costumes as it really made us feel the part. Brilliant!"
Alison Webb, Dandelion Associates (following 'The Sad Case of Dr John')

"We enjoyed the event immensely. The actors played with a perfect synthesis of drama and humour and the plot was rewardingly frustrating! We particularly liked the combination of a whodunnit with an opportunity to run around and discover additional clues. The whole approach was very clever... We're looking forward to the next one."
Joe Cheal, The GWiz Learning Partnership

"Frankly we were ‘mesmerised’. The clues fascinated, the plot thickened and we were off on our detective journey: a competitive and thoroughly enjoyable evening with a real twist at the end. You really captured the atmosphere of this old house. Thanks for making us think; and may you return, soon."
Richard & Peta Miller

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