Hotel Blue in Katoomba will play host once again to the Host a Murder company which has been holding murder mystery lunches, high teas and dinners for nearly 25 years in the Mountains.
Host a Murder is available to help fund-raising groups in the Blue Mountains
Hosts Chris and Louise will throw open the doors of Hotel Blue on Saturday, February 25 for their fifth big Host a Murder high tea.
Guests from near and far will be welcomed in their best 1930s-style outfits (and prizes for the best dressed male and female).
Participants will be assigned their characters on the day.
This fun-filled high tea starts at 2pm sharp. The game goes for approximately three hours and for those who wish to stay on there will be an afternoon and evening of free live music and entertainment provided by Hotel Blue.
Tickets are $75 available from Hotel Blue on 4782 6922. The costs includes the delightful delicacies for high tea - pastries, scones, sandwiches and cakes with tea or coffee.
Come as an individual or as a group. Book now as this afternoon of whodunnit will sell out fast as it is limited to 80 participants.
Host a Murder director Peter Eedy said his company was available to help fund-raising groups in the Blue Mountains.
He and his staff recently ventured to the Hunter Valley to raise money for the MS Society. They raised $9,000 in one evening for the Multiple Sclerosis Society playing one game of Host a Murder at Club Singleton Bowling Club.
Anyone sincerely wanting to raise money for a worthy cause can contact Eedy on 0402 299 956 as Host a Murder reduces its price down by half to $20 per head for any genuine fund-raising causes.
Eedy is more than happy to help with publicity and some guidance as to how to organise a fun-filled murder mystery lunch high tea or dinner fundraiser for your charity.
This year has been an amazing year for Eedy’s team. It held its first Host a Murder wedding night (also at Hotel Blue) and now holds the world record for the biggest Host a Murder ever held in the world (300 people).
It was also invited to NSW Parliament House to facilitate host a murder high tea.
“I cannot repeat some of the comments we got about us getting into Parliament House to ‘murder someone’,” Eedy said. “Let us just say that yes, I did have to go through one hell of a security check to get my foot in the door of Parliament House.”