Diamond Heist Murder Mystery

Step back in time to the 1940s and experience a memorable evening at the luxurious Savoy Hotel!

Join us for a thrilling Diamond Heist Murder Mystery event that will have you on the edge of your seat all night long.

Investigate the crime and try to solve the mystery. Enjoy live entertainment provided by Murder by Appointment and a delicious 3-course dinner. Immerse yourself in the time period as you sip on an arrival drink inspired by the era upon arrival.

Don’t miss your chance to experience the glamour, intrigue, and excitement of the 1940s Diamond Heist Murder Mystery. Purchase your tickets today and prepare yourself for a night like no other!

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What's Included

Friday 10th November | £45 per person | 6: 30 arrival for 7pm start – midnight

> Drink on arrival
> 3-course dinner
> Interactive murder mystery by Murder By Appointment

Book now by calling 01209 203000 or emailing events@penventon.com.

Stay the night –

Book a room for the night as save yourself a designated driver:
Call 01209 203000 | Email reservations@penventon.com

The plot:

The 1940’s Diamond Heist – set in the Savoy Hotel – Year 1944

The Kimberley Star, the world’s most valuable necklace, has tonight been the centre of attention being worn by its owner, Lady Dunster at the wartime fundraising evening at The Savoy Hotel, London.

With the fundraising evening being given prominent coverage in the national press, it is sure to have captured the imagination of diamond enthusiasts and jewellery thieves around the world.

The fund raising part of the evening has ended and the necklace is securely locked away in the hotel vault for its overnight stay with a Scotland Yard Detective in attendance. Tomorrow it returns with her Ladyship to her west country home, but is the overnight security sufficient enough to foil any attempt towards stealing it?

Rumours abound in the London press that the infamous jewel thief known as ‘The Phantom’ has shown great interest. Although for many years avoiding detection or capture throughout France and Britain, and believed by many to be retired, is the Kimberley Star enough to bring ‘The Phantom’ out of retirement?

Watch and listen as the plot unfolds and results in a murder taking place. Can you identify the murderer, and who in fact does have the missing diamond?