Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work?

At WHODUNNIT, we provide fabulous 'dinner theatre'. We weave the Murder Mystery drama in between the three courses of your meal, or perform in two halves to allow your guests to enjoy a buffet or afternoon tea during the event.

Guests will play as teams as they sift through an intriguing array of visual clues in the evidence booklet before quizzing the suspects (played by professional actors). At the conclusion of the event, guests are invited to submit their Verdict Sheets before all is revealed and a prize is awarded to the Winning Team…


Do we have to roleplay?

NO! Unlike other murder mystery companies we do not force our guests to play characters. Our cast play the roles in the drama and you are free to get involved up to a level you feel comfortable with. The more extrovert and outgoing in your group will interrogate the suspects face to face with their team's questions and challenge them on their motives, alibis and relationships etc, whilst others are free to watch the action from a discrete distance, eavesdropping on characters conversations and studying the clues in the evidence booklets.


What is the duration?

Where do you offer these events?

We recommend a typical murder mystery night last approximately two and a half - three hours and can be daytime or evening events.

We have no set venues, enabling you to choose when and where to stage your murder mystery. Murder Mystery events can be staged in a variety of venues and we would be thrilled to research some options for you, no matter how wild your suggestions! Some options include hotels, castles, museums, bars, trains, boats, schools, church crypts, offices, clubs, farms, marquees, restaurants and other social venues. We operate in one private function room / performance space and do not require a 'stage' area.

Number of guests?

Due to the interactive nature of events, we recommend a maximum of approximately 120. We have arranged private entertainment for as few as four guests though would recommend that smaller groups consider booking onto our public events. Get in touch to discuss the most suitable option for your group.


Private bookings are negotiated individually, with the main factors being location, date, duration and number of participants.


Contact us - to discuss a booking.

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