Twenties murder mystery party

These murder mystery games are all set in the 1920s and are ideal for anyone wanting to recreate the era of the flappers, gangsters and prohibition.

The 1920s . . . flappers, gangers, Bright Young Things and more. It was a great age for parties - and a great time to set a murder mystery party.

These twenties murder mystery parties are all set during the 1920s - in either England or the USA. They are ideal for people who love dressing up in period costumes!

The Final Curtain - a 1920s murder mystery game

Above - I hosted The Final Curtain for this disreputable lot...

Twenties idea #1 - Murder at the Four Deuces

It's the Roaring Twenties in the USA, a time of gangsters and speakeasies. It's the opening night of Don Wannabe's glamourous new nightspot (and speakeasy) "The Four Deuces," but there's murder in the air.

Gangsters, singers, gamblers, a congressman - and, of course, "family." The opening of "The Four Deuces" has attracted all sorts. Who will you play?

Murder at the Four Deuces is for 12 to 20 people, and costs $49.00 from Dinner and a Murder Mystery Games.

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Twenties Idea #2: Murder at the Four Deuces 2

This is the sequel to Murder at the Four Deuces and features many of the same characters. If you enjoyed Murder at the Four Deuces, you'll love this!

Set five years later, at a New Year's Eve party, Murder at the Four Deuces 2 is for 12 to 20 teens and adults and costs $49.00 from Dinner and a Murder Mystery Games.

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Twenties Idea #3: The Final Curtain

Actor Vincent Royle has died mysteriously on stage - and Scotland Yard believes it's murder. However, the show must go on and Littledown Theatre Company are called together to celebrate Vincent's life and also to answer questions posted by Inspector Blewitt.

As a member of the cast or crew, you will find yourself in the middle of treachery, blackmail and murder.

The Final Curtain is for 7 to 14 people and costs £24.99 from Murder Mystery Games Ltd.

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