We are at the historic Courtrooms at Browns in Covent Garden approximately every two months throughout the year. This historic building was once Westminster's County Courts and was converted to a restaurant in 1996 but it stills retains many of the original courtroom features, making it ideal for a Murder Mystery. In the two main rooms the original Judge's benches are still in place along with the original record books which can be looked through. It is a wonderful venue.
Who Killed Jacob Marley is our Dickensian Christmas script. Join Ebeneezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit and Fanny Dilber in a case investigated by Constable Wilberforce Catchem, the great, great grandfather of our modern day Inspector Willy Catchem. Dress in Victorian style and enjoy a three course meal while solving the case.
"The event ran smoothly and we had a chance to quiz the suspects over a 3 course meal and try to put our 'little grey cells' to good use."
"The quality of the Murder Mystery experience was first class."
You can book tables of 10 or as a couple or event individuals. Smaller groups are combined to make up tables of ten. It is very sociable and the nature of the event acts as a great ice breaker.
Please note that the room only takes three tables of ten people, 30 people in total, so book early to avoid disappointment.
Dressing up to suit the theme is encouraged. We promise a fun night and it makes for great photos!