Murder, Mystery, and Mixology: A Killer Night Out
Please Note: This is an archived page for an event held in 2023

Unleash your inner detective and catch the killer! Join us for a thrilling immersive night of forensic crime-solving and custom cocktails!

Ready to step into the shoes of a forensic detective and catch a killer? Join us for an immersive and interactive murder mystery experience and put your sleuthing skills to the test. It's up to you to find the evidence, solve the clues, and catch the culprit in just 90 minutes!

Get ready to be transported to another world where every detail counts, and nothing is as it seems. The immersive crime scene is packed with intriguing clues, elusive puzzles, and cryptic messages waiting for you and your team. As the clock ticks down, it's up to you to uncover the evidence and decipher the clues to establish how, when and who committed the murder. You'll need to use your quick wit, logic and attention to detail to unravel the mystery before time runs out. Get ready for an adrenaline-filled experience that will put your detective skills to the test!

Gather your friends and form a team of up to six individuals, or join other armchair detectives on the night. Before you begin, we'll briefly introduce you to basic forensic techniques that will set you up for success in cracking the case. Our Dunedin-based forensic expert, Dr Angela 'Bones' Clark, will be on hand to assist you with your investigation, while the locally owned and operated company, Alchemist Mixology, provides custom cocktails and appetisers. Your ticket includes a drink of your choice on arrival, and a bar will be open throughout the evening. Our team will ensure that you'll have everything you need to fuel your detective work and unwind after a successful investigation.

PLEASE NOTE: This event is happening in different locations on different dates. Please ensure you select tickets for the correct date and location.

You can attend our event in one of two unique and iconic Dunedin venues: Pioneer Hall in Port Chalmers (3 – 4 July) or Gasworks Museum in South Dunedin (5 – 9 July).

This event is not suitable for children under the age of 18.