Murder Mystery Night at Belfast Castle
This event involves all of your group as teams of detectives. You must attempt to solve a deadly whodunit by answering three simple questions: who committed the crime, how and why?
Accompanied by a delicious meal, the night begins with the audience witnessing scripted scenes featuring events that took place in the run-up to the ghastly crime. You will meet each of the suspects who join you at your table to be interrogated. 'Have you ever had an affair?', 'How much money do you have?' and 'Have you ever been blackmailed?' are the questions asked the most - and who wouldn't want to ask other people them? It's the best excuse for being nosey and getting away with it you'll ever have.
With forensic evidence, police files and more performed scenes you'll quickly find yourself engaged in an interactive mystery that you'll be falling over yourself to solve. Each event concludes with a flash-back portrayal of the actual murder taking place and the announcement of the winning team of guests. A perfect mix of competition, pace and light-hearted hilarity.
BookingSpaces are limited for this event. Contact Belfast Castle reception on 028 9077 6925 for more information or to book tickets.
Murder Mystery MenuStarters:
Gravlax of Ewing's Glenarm organic salmon, pickled cucumber and fennel salad, horseradish gel, citrus vinaigrette.
Wild mushroom and Cashel blue cheese tartlet (V), asparagus, parsley and truffle dressing, black vinegar
Heather honey with confit lemon marinated drumgold chicken breast, buttered leek, pommery mustard potato mash, glazed baby carrots, fine beans parcel, tarragon veloute.
Risotto of beetroot feta cheese crumbles (V), sun blushed tomato, grilled leeks and micro coriander.
Lemon tart, lemon curd meringue pie shot, pistachio crumble.
Directions to Belfast Castle Estate & Cave Hill Visitor Centre
Belfast Castle is located on the side of Cave Hill, at the top of Antrim Road. It is about four miles from Belfast, and walking from the city centre takes at least 70 minutes. Follow the signs for Donegall Street and Clifton Street until you reach Carlisle Circus. Turn right onto Antrim Road and continue along the road, until you reach Innisfayle Park, which leads to the entrance to the castle. Metro services 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 1G and 2A (for Antrim Road or Bellevue) also depart from Donegall Square West in Belfast city centre and pass by Innisfayle Park. From the main entrance, it is a ten to 15 minute walk to the castle. Free car parking is provided at the end of the main driveway, near the main castle building.