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Let's face it, going to the pub with friends can get old. That's where thinking events comes in. They'll host a fab murder mystery evening, where you and your friends will work together to solve the crime while you socialise. Murder is in the air, and you'll have a unique cast of characters who will make your night truly unique. You will choose the theme for the event: Pirate night, medieval madness, fairytale, or 1920's speakeasy. Then just sit back and enjoy as the mystery unfolds.
You'll start your evening with a glass of champagne, as you get all the information and props you'll need for the murder mystery, including money for bribery and dealing, and details on the role you'll be playing. You can cater the evening on your own, if you'd like, so you can keep your energy up as you try to solve the mystery. However you decide to do it, you're in for a fab evening!
Unlike most murder mystery evenings in London, where guests sit back and watch as actors play the main roles, thinking events are always interactive. But you don't have to be a professional actor to take part, just relax and play your role as you socialise. Your host and an actor will lead the action, and set the tone as the mystery unfolds. This is a great way to relax while enjoying the company of friends or colleagues in an exciting new context.
If you're looking for something new to do in London, thinking events are always a great choice, whether you've spent your whole life in the city, or you're a new arrival. All of their events are laid-back and always fun. So get some friends together and solve the mystery of how to do something unique in London!learn more
BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW
In the world of murder mysteries, there's one detective who stands out above the rest: Sherlock Holmes. The most famous character created by author and doctor Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Holmes is a detective based in London whose skills at solving mysteries borders on the uncanny. With skills in forensics, disguises, and reasoning, and a fanatical devotion to work, Holmes was able to solve any case he put his mind to.
Holmes first appeared in 1887, and went on to make appearances in four novels, and 56 short stories. His popularity grew with each publication, and now he is recognised as one of the most popular characters in British fiction, with numerous movies and spin-offs based on his adventures. It is partly his personal foibles, including his opium habit, that make Holmes such a unique and admirable character, as he shows that one needn't be perfect in one's personal habits to cultivate an extraordinary imagination and intellect.
The stakes of your murder mystery evening with thinking events aren't as high as the cases Holmes had to solve, but they will also be more fun than reading a book. So put on your thinking cap and get to work having a great time!