What are your kitchen requirements for a private murder mystery?
The minimum kitchen requirements are a 4 ring hob, an oven, a sink and a reasonable amount of counter space. We will usually ask for photos of your kitchen, or arrange a Skype call with you to assess the suitability. For much larger groups we may need to hire extra equipment which may incur additional charges.
How can we pay?
We ask for a 25% deposit to confirm a private murder mystery event, and the remainder to be paid no later than 6 weeks before the event. Payments can be made by bank transfer or online via card. Please read our terms and conditions before making a booking.
Can we change the number of guests at a private party?
You can change the number of guests any time up until the final payment is made. Any changes must be made in writing. In the six weeks prior to the party, we will do our best to accommodate any changes, although if a guest playing a core role does not show up on the night, we cannot be held responsible for this and it may affect the overall running of the game. We will always let you know which characters are core and which are non-essential so you can allocate them accordingly. We cannot make any changes to your menu choices within three days of the event due to time constraints with preparation and shopping for ingredients.
What are your dining table requirements for a private party?
You need to have a room or space big enough for a dining table for all your guests. If you don’t have a table big enough or enough chairs we can supply these for a small additional fee.
How far will you travel?
We travel anywhere within 30 miles of Stirling for no additional charge. Any further than this and we may charge an additional mileage fee.
How long does a murder mystery dinner take?
The game and meal itself usually lasts between 3-4 hours, varying slightly with the size of the group and how “into” it they get! For private parties, we need access to the kitchen and dining room 1-2 hours before the start of the game to set up.