1920s themed Murder Mystery evening at Yorkshire Hotel

A night of mystery and comedy awaits at one of West Yorkshire’s hidden gems of a hotel.

Promoted by Heath Cottage Hotel
Wednesday, 25th May 2022, 12:09 pm
If you’re an Agatha Christie fan you won’t want to miss this!
If you’re an Agatha Christie fan you won’t want to miss this!

It’s time to get your glad rags on and go back to an age of style as Heath Cottage Hotel opens its doors for a Murder Mystery evening – with a humorous twist.

The aptly-named Murder on the Disorient Express is set in the 1920s and takes place on Saturday, June 18, starting at 7pm.

Picture the scene

Can you solve whodunit? A fabulous evening of mystery and fun awaits

The date is January 2, 1925. This is the roaring 20s, the glorious age of steam, and only the richest and most powerful guests can afford a ticket on this exclusive train.

These glamorous and privileged passengers have all boarded the luxurious ‘Disorient Express’ Train en-route from Istanbul to Paris. They have taken their seats, and are all settled into their first trip of the New Year. What could possibly go wrong?Fancy Entertainment is the company behind the event and it will be your job, as a guest, to channel your inner Poirot and look out for clues.

Before the evening begins you will have already been sent information and details of the characters involved – so you could just sit back and enjoy letting the story unfold or put all your sleuth skills to the test.

A full night of entertainment

This promises to be a night to remember and while you sit back and ponder the goings-on, trying to work out whodunit, you’ll be enjoying a fabulous three-course dinner.

Fancy dress is optional, but very much encouraged! And why not, after all, you could be dancing the night away in those beautiful ’20s dresses and smart suits at the disco which follows dinner on this special evening.

And if you want to make it extra special, why not book a comfortable room at the hotel too, so you won’t have far to go for a luxurious night’s sleep and a fabulous breakfast to wake up to.

Tickets for Murder on the Disorient Express are just £35 per person, which includes the three-course dinner and disco. Bed and breakfast is available from £70.

About the hotel

Heath Cottage, at Wakefield Road, Dewsbury is a fine example of early Victorian architecture. The main house and coaching house have been sympathetically converted and extended whilst enhancing the original character and features.

It is an independently-owned and family-run hotel with 27 ensuite rooms, and a fabulous restaurant and bar. This ‘home from home’ is perfect for business with easy access to major towns and cities in Yorkshire. It also makes the perfect spot for leisure, whether that is a weekend away, a base for exploring Yorkshire, or an overnight stay.

Above all, a warm Yorkshire welcome awaits.

For more information or to book visit the website and go to the events page or phone the hotel on 01924 465399.