Team Building
shouldn't be a chore

By immersing you in our light-hearted yet challenging murder mysteries we can help with your team building requirements in a fun, collaborative way.

By working together to solve the crime, your team can explore and develop a huge range of skills, unlock the secrets of team collaboration and have great fun playing detective!

CHARADERIE ACTIVITIES

InterActivity

Our InterActivity is a murder mystery presented on screen and facilitated by a member of our team. Ideal for teams of up to 20; you'll achieve positive outcomes through collaboration in a relaxed environment.

Act of Murder

Our Act of Murder is performed in real time and led by our experienced team of characters. Ideal for teams of up to 20; you'll achieve positive outcomes through collaboration in a relaxed environment.

Act of Murder 20+

For larger teams you can focus on rewarding your delegates with a shift away from their usual work environment. Allow your delegates to enjoy time together, whilst still focusing on effective interaction, communication and bonding

Or simply for fun...

Murder Mystery Entertainment for parties and events

Don't just take our word for it

Here's what some of our clients have to say about us

HOW SOLVING A MYSTERY HELPED IMPROVE THIS TEAM'S EFFICIENCY

Discover how our unique team building events helped this creative design company improve communication and efficiency, ultimately leading to an increased profit margin.

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