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Murder Mystery 'Dead on Time'

Type:Party Night

Hoghton Tower, Hoghton, Lancashire, PR5 0SH

Tel: 01254852986

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Murder Mystery 'Dead on Time'

It is a bitterly cold January morning and preparations are underway for a 'Charity Antiques Roadshow' which is being held in the Banqueting Hall of Clock Tower Manor, which is situated on the edge of the village of Little Whatnot and is the ancestral home of Sir Benjamin and Lady Main-Spring.
Before the event can get underway, the body of the celebrity Antiques Auctioneer, Record Producer and Business Entrepreneur, Tobias Jugge, has been found in the Manor.

Was it natural causes or did someone he undervalued bring the hammer down on Toby?

Hoghton Tower's Murder Mystery evenings are always well received and often sell out quickly so book your tickets fast. Panto-crime is the group that performs the Murder Mystery and each and every time, all our visitors have told us how brilliant there evening was so why not experience it for yourself?

Meal is served at 6pm and Murder Mystery begins at 7pm with an expected finish time of 9:30pm.
Included in the package is a two course meal of either Cottage Pie, or a Vegetarian Cottage Pie and then for dessert, Sticky Toffee Pudding in Butterscotch Sauce.
The Tower will be open from 5:30pm for the purchase of optional refreshments ready for the meal at 6pm.

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£32 per person



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Hoghton Tower, HoghtonAn historic house with magnificent state apartments, banqueting hall, ballroom, grounds and dolls' houses on display. Hoghton Tower has been a part of Lancashire’s landscape since 1565.

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