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Murder Mystery Evening - Friday 5th May 2017
BEST WESTERN The George Hotel, Bird Street
Tel : +44 01543 414822
Our popular Murder Mystery evenings allow you to put your investigative skills to the test and enjoy an evening of murder, mystery and intrigue, courtesy of Murder Mystery Productions. The story of ‘Going Going Gone’ will unfold during dinner and it will be up to you to work out “whodunnit” by questioning the characters and examining the clues. The evenings are great fun, but, be warned, they sell out frighteningly fast!
£33 per person.
Why not stay overnight?
Our great value package includes 2 Murder Mystery Evening tickets plus an overnight stay in a double room with full English breakfast for £125* per couple!
*Based on 2 people sharing. Superior rooms are available at a supplement of £15 per room per night, Four Poster rooms at a supplement of £35 per room per night, subject to availability. Single rooms are available - please ask for details when you book.
To book please call 01543 414822 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
From A38 take the A5206 from the Island. Go over 2 sets of traffic lights. At small roundabout turn right. Where the road bends left into beacon Street turn right, signposted public car park. As you enter the car park turn right and the hotel car park is on the right.
By Public Transport
Lichfield City railway and bus stations are just a 5 minute walk from The George hotel.
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