1930s Murder Mystery

Play, Sydney / 24 September 2014

It’s hunting season in 1932 at the infamous Swanson Manor in Sussex.
This weekend the Marquis William Swanson, personal friend to Prince George, is holding the largest and most extravagant hunting meet of the season at the family aristocratic estate, and it is sure to ruffle a few distinguished feathers. It’s rumoured that the Marquis has secret gossip that he has written in his memoirs that he would like to share with his closest friends and family and thinks this is the perfect occasion to do so. Unfortunately for William it seems that one of his guests is not as eager for the memoirs to reach the light of day as he is.
On Wednesday 8 October, you are invited to enter the world of a 1930s Murder Mystery with those clever cats at Secret Squirrel Productions (same producers of Underground Cinema). Held in the Monroe Room at The Roosevelt, this thrilling event will start at 7 pm (sharp) and guests will receive a complimentary welcome cocktail on arrival and light nibbles throughout the evening. Professional hosts and actors will then entertain and guide guests on a murderous adventure. Purchase your ticket for $69 and you’ll be assigned a special character with all the secret information you need to know to play the exciting murder mystery game. Guests are encouraged to get dressed up.

Buy Tickets at: http://secretsquirrel.iwannaticket.com.au/event/murder-1930s-murder-at-the-manor-sydney-Nzk2Nw
Email: murder@secretsquirrelproductions.com
Address: The Monroe Room at The Roosevelt, 32 Orwell St, Potts Point
Time: 7pm (sharp) – 10pm
When: Wednesday 8th October 2014