Murder Mystery Allo Allo
Friday 14th June 2024
Ticket Price: £60
Gid moaning. Café Rene is filled with song... unfortunately it's Rene's Wife Edith shrieking like a cat again. At least it keeps her busy whilst the sexy Yvette shows Rene her knockverst. But wait, Herr Flick has demanded a search of the premises for rare art and escaped prisoners... and nothing will stop him, nothing except a gristly murder.
With Germans, French, English and a dodgy Italian thrown in as suspects.... this will be a wartime farce never to be forgotten!
Ticket price includes arrival drink, three course dinner and murder mystery entertainment.
Guests will be seated between 7pm and 7.30pm.
Seating will be with fellow guests on tables of 8 - 10.
A pre order for each party is required 4 weeks prior to the event.
Why not make it the perfect evening and stay the night.
Call 01858 881805 to book your tickets and accommodation.
Garden King Bedroom - £189
Luxury Bedroom - £264
Four Poster Bedroom - £289
Rates are per room and are on a bed and breakfast basis.
Special event rates are bookable direct with the hotel only and not available in conjunction with any other offer.
Terms and Conditions
Any guests with mobility / access requirements are requested not to book on-line but to call the Box Office to discuss requirements.
About Kilworth House Hotel & Theatre
Kilworth House is where extraordinary memories are made.
From sensational four poster suites to our lovely garden rooms, exquisite restaurants and divine gastronomy, to our deeply tranquil grounds, come and enjoy a real sense of occasion whenever you stay here.
The owners of Kilworth House have created from scratch, Kilworth's own unique open-air theatre, idyllically situated in a wooded glade just minutes walk from the hotel. Since it opened in 2007, Kilworth House Theatre has established a nationwide reputation both for the magical qualities of its auditorium and surroundings and the West End quality of its professional musical theatre classics.
"Kilworth House is a total delight, perhaps the best kept secret in British Theatre." The Daily Telegraph.