Famous actress, Veronica Myers, is to be murdered on Friday 28th March at the internationally renowned Riviera Hotel where she is to be promoting her latest film, One Short Second.
Transport yourself back to the 1930s, the golden age of Hollywood glamour – when Bette Davis and Greta Garbo were in their prime and film stars were the idol of every young girl and boy. It’s just a matter of time before a threatening note, a dramatic love triangle and strained business relations cause chaos and Veronica is found dead in the dining room. You are invited to attend, witness and solve the crime of the century.
Join organisers, Immersive Events, a group of Bournemouth University students, for a murder mystery evening that you simply won’t forget. A ticket guarantees you a three course meal, welcome cocktail, live band, charity auction and raffle, and live murder mystery solving action.
The event is being held in support of local Dorset charity, Julia’s House – a hospice for Dorset children with life-limiting conditions. It is predicted that in 2014, it will cost £3.9m for the charity to provide the vital care services that they offer.
All profited funds raised will be donated to the charity to provide happiness and joy to the children of the local area.
The event takes place at the Riviera Hotel in Alum Chine, Bournemouth on Friday 28th March 2014 from 7pm until midnight. Fancy dress is thoroughly encouraged in the style of the glamorous 1930s era. Tickets are £40* with discounts for table packages. You can reserve your place online at www.mysteryoftheriviera.com or by calling the Julia’s House Fundraising Team on 01202 644220.
To miss out would be simply criminal.