The Crown Duels: Murder Mystery – Halloween Special

DBY Interactive Events Presents Running from
Next event: Sunday 30 October at 7.30pm
  • £22.50
    Non-members: £25 (each ticket is subject to a £1.50 booking fee)
    A limited number of £15 tickets available for Young Storyhouse Card
    Tickets include an arrival drink

Members get 10% off tickets at Storyhouse. Moonlight Flicks and Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre. £4 month, no commitment, priority booking, no fees, instant access, two tickets per member.

  • The Kitchen

You’ve heard of The Peaky Blinders…it’s time to be acquainted with the infamous The High Rip gang.  

October, post war, Chester is overrun with poverty and hunger creating a breeding ground for violence and crime on the streets. Two rival gangs, The High Rip gang and The Logwood gang, battle it out to see who will rule the unruly. Even the authorities are too terrified to step in, well, until the arrival of notorious Constable ‘Pins’, known for his unorthodox methods. And he has business in the city. 

A missing crate, mistaken as contraband has been lifted at the docks on its journey to London, and rumour has it, it has Jewels belonging to the Crown inside. 

Whoever gets their hands on the jewels will earn their place as the King or Queen of the city. People are desperate, they will do anything, even murder. 

 

If you would like to dine with us, please book your table through The Fork to order food for your arrival (full menu on offer).  

Certificate:

16+

Time details

Arrival from 7.30pm for an 8pm start

Upcoming events

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