Give Sherlock and Watson a run for their money in this interactive street gameDr. Greys been murdered, his discarded body discovered in the coal cellar, but who perpetrated it and with what weapon? A mystery awaiting solution. Six suspects, six possible murder weapons and nine possible locations. Sound familiar?
If you want to be part of solving this heinous crime then report to Sherlock Holmes on Baker Street. With evidence to collect, fingerprints to uncover and Watson to interview, you'll have your work cut out. Holmes believes an anthology of poetry called Deduction – written by the victim shortly before his death – could hold the key to solving the mystery and poem number one, conveniently for Holmes, is set on his doorstep.
This Cluedo inspired treasure hunt takes you to various locations around Baker Street. You and your teammates will be detectives for the day racing against each other to be the first to figure out "who dunnit?" Is Pastor Verde the culprit? Or even Bette Noir? And why isn’t Sherlock on the case himself? Only one way to find out. The game is afoot.
This game is written by the team behind Thinking Bob and Thinking Events and a great way to test out what they do. Grab a team ticket to play with your mates, or join in on a team when you arrive.
Children may only attend with prior agreement from the organisers. Late arrivals may not be admitted.