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The Case of the Poisoned Chalice

THE CASE OF THE POISONED CHALICE
 

Join us for an immersive cocktail experience to die for. Solve the case. Find the ingredients. Succeed and drink to your success, fail and this mistake may be your last.

 

Sebastian Moran, Moriarty’s right-hand man, has brought you to The Mind Palace to test you.

 

Can you defeat his maniacal mind and make the perfect cocktail? Or will you submit to his wiles and make the drink that will end your life.

 

Tickets must be purchased in advance.  Your experience will include; a welcome drink; a set of three cases to solve; your own Crystal Head Vodka cocktail creation. Over 18s only.


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IMMERSIVE MOCKTAIL EXPERIENCE NOW ON SALE

 

Whether you're participating in Dry January or simply looking for booze-free entertainment, we've got the event for you! 

 

From January onwards we're offering a non-alcoholic alternative of our five-star cocktail experience with a delicious mocktail alternative.

 

So take on Sebastian Moran's fiendish challenge with a clear head and get your tickets to our immersive mocktail mystery today.


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The Case of the Poisoned Chalice

GIFT VOUCHERS ON SALE NOW!
 

Give the gift of an immersive cocktail experience to die for.

 

Want someone else to experience the thrill of playing detective as they make a creative concoction?

 

Get them a digital gift voucher for this 5-star experience and let them step into the shoes of the great detective. Over 18s only.


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THE REVIEWS ARE IN
 

*****
We had a fantastic time, the staff were so fun and friendly, the cocktails were amazing and unique! The puzzles were also not too hard to figure out what to do but still took time to solve. A must try for a Sherlock Holmes fan.

 

*****

Amazing! So much fun and a great idea for a ‘different’ kind of date night! We both really enjoyed it, all staff were amazing at making it such an immersive experience. Would definitely recommend. Thank you!


SEE FOR YOURSELF

 

The Case of the Poisoned Chalice Reviews