Christmas Case Study One: Murder Mystery Christmas Party


Event Location:

Grange Fitzrovia Hotel, London

Event Description:

Corporate Murder Mystery Dinner & Disco


1960’s James Bond, License to Thrill

The Event

Anyone can throw a regular office party, and the Christmas season is choc-a-bloc with dreary dinners. When our corporate clients come to us to host their bash, however, there are no dull moments to mull over the mulled wine. We went on a mission to give a group of corporate clients a Christmas party to thrill, with a few slight adjustments to everyone’s favourite secret agent from the sixties… Three exceptional professional actors dived deep into the cast of hilarious heroes and ridiculous villains to make sure everyone was involved in the merriment, for Queen and for Country.

With an ingenious plot worthy of 007 himself, the outrageous ad-libs and tongue in cheek quality of the night made interaction irresistible. Taking place in the majestic surrounds of the 4 star Grange Hotel in London’s Fitzrovia, our goal was take care of everything, leaving our guests to have their best party ever. This was an all-inclusive, hassle-free evening. Clients enjoyed a slap-up dinner, saved Bond from peril and polished off the night with a disco, where arch-nemesis ‘Oldfinger’ displayed some truly terrifying moves…

Although the chief purpose of our events is to relax, entertain and involve our guests, evenings such as this offer fantastic benefits to corporate clients and office workers in particular. Everyone loves to laugh, and using comedy and theatre to put everyone at ease and giving people a goal, our clients found that that they had bolstered inter-colleague relationships, enhanced social interaction, improved team morale and functionality. All while having the time of their lives!

It’s never too early to start planning an event for the busy festive period. If you fancy something sinister form the secret service to kick-start your office ‘do, put on your best jewels tuxedo and call Murder Mystery Events, today.


Posted on

8th December 2015