Clare Balding, OBE

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The standard of the race films supplied by Beneficial Arts are second to none. I am delighted to introduce each quality race before the start.

Clare Balding
BBC Television

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MURDER MYSTERY NIGHTS AT BENEFICIAL ARTS.

IT'S A "WHODUNNIT" MURDER GAME ADAPTED FOR A SOCIAL GATHERING. IT IS SIMPLE TO ORGANISE, AND GREAT FUN TO PLAY

Our packs cater for groups from 20-100players. You receive a package outlining a murder and the scene of the murder. The organiser nominates eight individuals to act as suspects. They each receive a name sticker and the "suspects brief". The other guests are the players. 

As budding detectives, the players question the suspects and along with the pictorial clues provided at half hour intervals, come to their conclusion as to "whodunnit"??

Our comprehensive value for money packs, include full instructions for the organisers, scene setters, clues, key player profiles and answer sheets. 

CHOOSE FROM THE FOLLOWING SCENARIOS:

St Valentines: A Valentines Day party; memories of the sixties are revived in a group of fifty-somethings; beatles' songs are played; secret messages in the national papers; a beautiful but troublesome girl collapses and dies. 

Christmas: An isolated pub high on the moors; the storm is getting worse; soon the pub will be cut-off; many travellers are trapped for the night - there is drinking - arguments start - then murder most foul.

Halloween: A group of ghostbusters settle in to a supposed haunted house to expose a fraud: there are tensions within the group; then a body is discovered.

Caribbean: A threatening hurricane closes the airport; there is a shortage of booze; Basildon Bond the famous playboy millionaire dies in a pool; a story of high finance, black treachery and off shore shenanigans. 

Horror: On the night of the full moon the wind howls around the vicarage - or is there something else out there?

St Patricks: A hospitality tent at an Irish race course; several generations of one family are gathered together; the Guinness flows; but where is the missing heir?

French: Paris in the gay nineties; Montmarte is thriving; how many mistresses did the late patron have?

Scottish: A gathering for a reading of Burns' poems is interrupted by a dastardly deed; was it a poisoned haggis - or are they always like that. 

Black and White: Hollywood in the thirties - everyone is dressed in black and white because colour filmis still in the future; the stars gather for drinks; a shot rings out. 

 

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MURDER MYSTERY PACKS

FROM ONLY £30.

 

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I enjoyed commentating on these amazing races from around the world. 

Derek Thompson
At The Races