Fri, 03 Nov|
Bassenthwaite Lake Station
Murder Mystery - Murder on the Disorient Express
Ten years on, Pinot rides the train once more to celebrate his retirement. But when the detective is found shot, stabbed, strangled, beaten and drowned inside his locked compartment, it seems history may have repeated itself.
Time & Location
03 Nov 2023, 18:30 – 22:30
Bassenthwaite Lake Station, Bassenthwaite Lake, Cockermouth CA13 9YL, UK
About the event
**Limited tickets remaining. Phone 017687 76599 to enquire.**
The Murder on the Orient Express
The Murder on the Orient Express - the most famous mystery ever to be solved by renowned Belgian detective Hercules Pinot. Now, ten years on, Pinot rides the train once more to celebrate his retirement. But when the detective is found shot, stabbed, strangled, beaten and drowned inside his locked compartment, it seems history may have repeated itself. But can all the passengers really be responsible or did one in particular have a locomotive for murder? A whodunnit sure to test ‘ze little grey cells’!
The ever-popular event will be on 3rd and 4th November 2023.
This is a highly popular night of fine dining, participation and great fun and we look forward to seeing you there.
Each event starts at 6.30pm with canapes in the Salon carriage followed by dinner in the Restaurant carriage and ending back in the Salon when the murderer will be revealed. Carriages at 10.30pm.
An invoice for the deposit of £10pp will be emailed to you when we confirm your booking to secure your table.
The remainder of the payment will be due 8 weeks before the event.
This is a RESERVATION REQUEST only.
Our Events Manager will contact you to confirm your booking.
Payment will be taken via a payment link which will be sent via email.
Once again, you can look forward to a top fine dining dinner prepared by our Head Chef. There are vegetarian options available on the menu if preferred. Menus will be sent out closer to the time for all guests to make their choice. These should be selected at least 3 weeks in advance.
Please note, the train has tables of four and two, so for larger parties seating will be on adjacent tables wherever possible.