Bookings for a game will be starting in the month of May 2021 for games in June onwards only - under Government Guidelines.
All advice regarding Covid-19 must still be adhered to at time of game. Please respect and consider the health of your family/colleagues if organising a social event especially vulnerable or elderly personnel.
All Games require 12 or more people to attend so please be aware of the guidelines that are communicated nearer the time of your event as they may change. Deposits are refundable if the game cannot be held due to Covid-19 however, the game posted must be returned for deposit to be resubmitted.
Any queries please do not hesitating in contacting Murder Mystery NI.
First Derivatives (FD) was named both ‘Company of the Year’ and ‘Technology Company of the Year’ at the AIB Business Eye Awards on 28th November 2019. Celebrations were in order for the hard working staff - and they held a Murder Mystery at the Canal Court to enjoy their Christmas evening out. Well done to the 7 detectives who solved the murder and a big "boo" to Bertie Briggs (aka; John) who stole most of his colleagues money and got the "Ruthless & Rich" Certificate.
The golfers, friends, family and colleagues of Castlerock Golf Club had a 1920's themed mystery. The flappers and gangsters had a very full packed investigation in between a supper and auction to apprehend the culprit by the end of the evening. Thank you to all of the guest who got into character really quickly and made it all such a wonderful night.
Once again a pack house for the family gathering in the lovely Belle Isle Castle in Co Fermanagh.
Who was telling the truth - no one knows as everyone seemed to be hiding something in this mysterious setting.
Why not have your hen night in an Air B&B in any location of your choice. The hen night in Newcastle, Co Down went on into the early hours and the ladies had a carefree evening of laughter with their friends and family.
The staff from Ascert, Lisburn held their staff event trying to solve the mystery in Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim in Aug 19.
The 14 Plus Team held their mystery day in the Lough Neagh Conference Centre (Oxford Island). This was a staff get together to try and solve the mysteries murder of the Baroness Mont Blanc.
Here are a few locations where you can hold an event or why don't you book a location on Air B&B for your own private party;
Situated on the northern tip of Upper Lough Erne, Belle Isle Castle is a 470-acre estate spread over eight picturesque islands. Inhabited since the 12th century, the estate today offers a wide range of attractive self-catering accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. Belle Isle Castle, Lisbelaw will cater (3 course meal and breakfast) and provide accommodation for private parties. Book the whole castle for your event. Wonderful venue and beautiful setting for a murder mystery. If you are looking to hold a night of mystery with a large party - divide the cost between all and it works out cheaper than a hotel room. Murder Mystery NI will attend and supervise the night. (not included in castle price). Contact Belle Isle - 028 6638 7231.
The Jungle, Moneymore can be booked for hen nights murder mystery and accommodation provided with selected activities. Call The Jungle for details; 028 8674 8881.
The guests at the Portaferry Hotel were in good spirits for a meal and murder mystery at Mary's quaint hotel. The comfortable lounge area - welcomed all before the mayhem of the murder began. Everyone was set out to find out who the murderer was at the Greystone Manor before they retired to their rooms for a nightcap. Thank you for a lovely night of fun and hope to see you all again in the New Year.
First Derivatives (FD) is a leading provider of products and consulting services to some of the world’s largest finance, technology and energy institutions however are they any good at investigating a murder. Absolutely, as a few of the party succeeded in not letting the murderer escape their clutches at the annual xmas party at the Canal Court, Newry. Thank you for a great night with your work colleagues Eoghan. Happy Christmas and prosperous new year to you all.
The community of Waterside Shared Village had their murder mystery based on the "Last Will and Testament". Was the murderer caught? Yes indeed.
Congratulations to the 7 investigators who got the mystery solved. Thank you to Rhonda and her team for organising the event and the caterers who supplied a lovely spread of hot food.