Are you still looking for that unique Christmas present?
Well it’s not too late.
Why not give an evening of Murder, Mystery and Mayhem during one of our productions on The Bluebell Railway.
Having witnessed the Murder, your gift recipients will solve the crime whilst enjoying a superb three-course meal in the splendor of the wood-inlaid Pullman Carriages.
The Bluebell production dates in 2009 are: (Fridays) 6th March, 24th April, 15th May, 18th September, 9th October, 13th November and (Thursday) 10th December. It is also possible to supply a certificate which allows the recipient to chose the date they wish.
The cost for the three-course meal, steam train journey and Murder Mystery is £79.50 per person. Call 01732 862353 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dear Potential Detectives If you’re still looking for for an idea for your Christmas party, or you have been let down by the company you thought you had booked, we could be the answer to your all your needs. With lots of laughter and fun our Murder Mystery events feature up to seven professional actors, […] Continue reading →
Dear Detectives As normal in December, it’s been pretty busy at The Company Upfront. The new Christmas murder mystery has been really well received by the many detectives who have witnessed and tried to solve the dastardly deed so far. We would like to wish everyone a brilliant Christmas and a murderously good 2009. Continue reading →
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Dear KeithA quick note to thank you one more time for a terrific performance on Saturday night. Everyone really enjoyed it and as a result I have given your details out to more than one of the invitees. A memorable evening, and made very much so by you and your teamVery best wishesDavid Continue reading →
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