Murder Mystery Weekend Sandaway
Murder Mystery Weekend at Sandaway Beach Holiday Park 22nd-25th March
Due to huge popularity and demand we have moved our Murder Mystery Weekend to a larger venue for 2019! Still located in the seaside town of Combe Martin, this park is just up the hill from the other site.
Sandaway Beach Holiday Park - 22nd - 25th March
Hosted all weekend by The Moonstone Theatre Company, there will be a series of mysteries for you to solve over the course of the weekend.
Friday's Entertainment Line Up
Start your evening off with a Murder Mystery Quiz hosted by your resident entertainment team this will be followed by deadly bingo with some killer prizes. Be sure to get in early to get your seat.
7.30pm Death in the Caves
Old Sir Charles Hayman, a collector of fine Pop Art paintings from the 1960’s, had two sons, David and Ernest. David was married to Christine, a marine biologist. One night, Sir Charles, who suffered from a heart condition, had died of a heart attack. David, Christine and a family friend, GP Dr Richard Armstrong, had been caving and did not get the news until the next day. The shock was too much for David who also collapsed and died. There were considered to be no suspicious circumstances around the death of Sir Charles or David at the time.
Fast forward 10 years when Ernest has been invited to attend a dinner in his honour to which Christine and Richard are also invited along with other guests from the field of palaeontology. During the dinner tensions mount as unsavoury secrets are revealed and there is sudden death, this time the circumstances are definitely suspicious. All the clues will be there to lead to the correct conclusion but can you solve the murder before someone else meets a sticky end?
There will be a buffet during the performance and the evening will be rounded off with a performance by one of our resident entertainers.
Saturday's Entertainment Line Up
During the day time there will be a Crime Scene Mystery for you to peruse at your leisure. Examine the clues and find the evidence before submitting your theory on whodunnit. The person who comes up with the most complete solution will win a Special Inspector Prize to be presented on Saturday evening.
Your evening's entertainment begins at 6.30pm with heart stopping bingo followed by our mystery game show. This evening is fully themed as a 1930s evening so why not get dressed up and join in the fun? There will be a prize for best dressed male and female.
7.30pm Death of a Suffragette
In November 1935 a young Historian is working on a new book about the Women’s Suffrage movement in the run up to the Great War. He chances upon the details of a tragic accident that happened on August 15th, 1913 when a supposed protesting Suffragette fell off a platform at Paddington Station and was hit and tragically killed by the Royal Train as it was returning from a trip to the Westcountry.
Looking into the background of the deceased he is far from happy with what he finds and so he decides to call together all those who were involved with the victim to see if he can unravel what he considers quite possibly to have been a murder. The truth will be revealed before the evening's out.
There will be an interval during the performance when a buffet will be served.
After the mystery has been solved at 10pm, there will be a cabaret performance by:
Zack Black Magic & Mind Reading
Sit back and wonder at the marvel of Zack Black who will take you on a magical mystery tour sure to baffle and amaze.
Sunday's Entertainment Line Up
Join us in the main venue for a Murder Mystery Film and Quiz starting from midday.
In the evening there will be a deadly game of Bingo followed by interactive game show fun, killer karaoke and a performance from our in house vocalist at 9.30pm.