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  • Murder Mystery: Murder on the Underground

Murder Mystery: Murder on the Underground

🎫 Ticket for 1 person to the live Murder Mystery: Murder on the Underground

🚨 Limited tickets now on sale! 🚨

πŸŽ„ Christmas special on sale now - 21st, 22nd, 29th and 30th December πŸŽ„

⭐ An amazing experience at a stunning venue
πŸ•΅πŸ» 2 hours of Immersive play
πŸ₯‡ Your mission: Interrogate the suspects, decode the clues, and find the killer!
πŸš‡ Play whilst also discovering one of London's best-kept secrets: Mail Rail!
πŸš‚ Each attendee will get the chance to ride the Mail Rail's Underground train!

General Info
πŸ“… Date: various available (select during purchase)
πŸ•’Time: 6pm-8pm or 9pm-11pm
⏳ Duration: 2 hours
πŸ“ Location: The Postal Museum
πŸ‘€ Age requirement: 12+. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult
πŸ”— You can read the safety measures for this event here
❓ Click here to see the FAQs
βœ”οΈ The venue will follow COVID protocols established by the UK Government - consult them here

In the early hours of a cold Autumn morning in 1930, a murder has been committed deep below the streets of London. In the hallowed tunnels of the Clerkenwell Sorting Office, a body has been discovered and it has fallen upon Rutherford’s Detective agency to solve the case. P.I. Rutherford has requested the assistance of all budding Detectives to descend into the underground to see if they can crack the case. Was it the Postal Railway Conductor? Archie, the Track Engineer? The lovely and innocent Letter Sorter? The strict Sorting Office Manager, or was it his lovable assistant? Join us in an immersive experience where you are the Detective: You question suspects, pick up clues and try avoid red herrings along the way. This is your opportunity to see how sharp your sleuthing skills are. Can you catch the killer?

This is a Fever Originals event in partnership with Moonstone Murder Mysteries hosted at Mail Rail at The Postal Museum