Epiacum this April

Murder mystery

 

Death is the wish of some, the relief of many, and the end of all

Seneca (4 BC-65) Roman philosopher and playwright


...

 

 You are at a Roman party


... like a proper Roman Party


...with all the buffet food you need to fill your hearty Roman stomach
 

& as many drinks as your Roman denarius can buy

 Basically all the merriment and fun of a damn fine Roman bash...


...



The date is 324 AD



You are in Roman Alston 

aka Epiacum

(actually Lowbyer Manor)


 

With old Roman friends and new friends to be...




 

Then

suddenly

...

 


There is a scream



...





and that most Roman of exits occurs...





right in the middle of the party...




 

A murder most Roman


 


But...


 


You are now a suspect...



 
Can you clear your name?



 
Can you find the murderer?
 



The clock is ticking...

 



For a night to look back on and a tale to tell your friends (with selfies and photos of course)



You are

INVITED

to 

Terror in a Toga


ONE NIGHT ONLY


Friday 27th April 2018

Lowbyer Manor

Alston

Only £27 a ticket

including a full buffet dinner and a night of deadly entertainment, mystery and fun


what people have said about Terror in a Togo Murder Mystery:


"THE BEST 30th birthday ever"

...

"laughs, adult dress up and one awesome mystery"

...

"Almost too much fun because only one of us was able to figure out who had done it!"

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8 tickets left...

Get yours before they go...


13
Days
18
Hours
50
Minutes
15
Seconds

left to get your tickets

...

Yes please - we want to have a night to remember...

Tickets include a full buffet dinner the mystery and a night of laughs, memories and tales to tell...

Get your tickets now - when they are gone, that's it! 

Number of tickets

"(S)He who hesitates is lost"

Marcus Porcius Cato, Roman statesman

Secure payment

or phone Elaine on 01434 382080

or

email: admin@epiacumheritage.org 

admin@epiacumheritage.org


Need accommodation?

Contact:  Lowbyer Manor

for a special all inclusive deal

 

Many individuals and organisations are involved with the management of Epiacum. We would particularly like to thank the following: Heritage Lottery Fund, North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership, Historic England, and Natural England
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