A murder mystery set in a theatre for 7 to 20 guests.
How “The Final Curtain” Works
Tragedy has struck in the normally quiet world of Littledean Theatre. During a performance of the thriller ‘The Final Curtain’, Vincent Royle, the leading actor, has collapsed to the floor, dead. But, in true theatrical style, the show must go on…
When the curtain comes down, the investigations begin. It seems that Vincent’s death is not by natural causes. Scotland Yard believe it is murder!
More than just a boxed version of a murder game, “The Final Curtain” provides you with all the printable material needed to run a fun, participative event. Every guest has their own character to play and various objectives to pursue (including solving the murder!). They may also have “money” and/or other paper props to use, to help them achieve their objectives. The game is highly memorable and has been greatly enjoyed by all kinds of people.
“The Final Curtain” is a 1920s murder mystery and usually lasts around three hours. It takes you into a world where artistic temperaments and theatrical secrets go hand in hand with cigarette holders and feather boas.
- ‘How To Run’ instructions
- Round instructions
- Player invitations
The story and characters in this Murder Mystery are fictitious. Any resemblance to any person living or dead is purely coincidental.
This game is sold by our good friends at Murder Mystery Games (.net).
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