Cocktails and Crime: Rest in Peace

Sat 27 August 19:30 - 22:00
23.95 tickets

Cocktails and Crime: Rest in Peace at The National Justice Museum 4803

The year is 1968, and Nottingham is in the full throes of the swinging sixties. A vibrant melting pot of music, art, social unrest, and change. After four years of bringing the grooviest sounds and hottest bands to our little city, The Dungeon Club is closing down, and the owner wants to make sure it goes in style.

Mick Rophone ran The Dungeon Club as a place for only the coolest cats to hang out. Performing through the haze of cigarette smoke exhaled by only the best-connected is how many a musician has found their big break. As the club closes, Mick has decided the last hurrah for The Dungeon Club should be in a real dungeon, and where better than the former County Gaol that lurks beneath the court. Little does Mick know that it will be his last hurrah as well!


- Arrive 7.30pm for your complimentary cocktail
- Doors close at 8pm
- Suspects are interrogated at 8pm before a trial in our grand Courtroom
- Event concludes around 10pm


Tickets, £23.95 per person including:

Arrival cocktail or mocktail
Murder mystery event

Cocktails and Crime: Rest in Peace

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