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Forensic Investigation Game – ‘Crime and Dine’

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Enjoy a crime scene investigation experience during your lunch or dinner meal. Created by ex-Scotland Yard Detective, a thrilling forensive investigation activity!

Locations

Mobile – Nationwide

Duration

Approx. 2 hours

Participants

15+ people

Description

Step into a one-of-a-kind dining escapade with Crime and Dine: Forensic Investigation game. Designed by seasoned professionals from Scotland Yard, this experience fuses the joys of a gourmet meal with the thrills of a detective story.

Perfect for team-building or a distinctive Christmas celebration, you’re in for a meal filled with intrigue and suspense.

Whilst your enjoying a lunch or evening meal, a gripping revelation emerges – the prominent casino owner’s demise wasn’t an accident. As you journey from starters to entrees, the narrative deepens, beckoning you to unravel the enigma.

Under the guidance of a dedicated expert, you’ll delve into the world of forensic science. Master the skill of uncovering hidden fingerprints. Delve into the fascinating realm of hair and fibre examination.

Experience the power of cutting-edge FBI technology as you sketch potential culprits. Each intriguing activity is expertly timed between meal courses, ensuring a seamless investigative journey.

The dots start connecting with the final course and revelations on the horizon. Successful teams, having unravelled the enigma, will be celebrated and awarded with gleaming medals.

Enquire today to delve into a Crime and Dine: Forensic Investigation game.

Space / Venue Requirements

  • Teams will ideally be sat in a cabaret style at their dining tables
  • An area and table will need to be provided to set up the ‘crime scene’

Included in the Experience

  • Professional events team
  • Event briefing
  • Fingerprint masterclass
  • Hair and fibre analysis kits
  • Photo fit kits
  • Medals for winning team

Important Information

  • Activity is available UK wide
  • Indoor only team experience
  • Time may vary depending on group size, but the event will last for approximately 2 hours
  • It is a requirement that parking is provided for us
  • Price dependent on group size, location, date, enquire for more details

Booking and Cancellation Terms

Full payment is required upon booking. If you then choose to cancel your event, your entitlement to a refund depends on the amount of notice you give us.

  • More than 52 weeks, 100%
  • From 13 up to and including 52 weeks, 75%
  • From 43 days up to and including 12 weeks, 50%
  • From zero business days up to and including 42 business days, 0% (no refund of charges)
Forensic Investigation Game – ‘Crime and Dine’

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FAQs

Q: Who is the Crime Scene: Forensic Investigation game suitable for?

This event is perfect for corporate groups looking for team-building activities or those seeking an unusual Christmas party activity. It’s a fun way to combine dining with some detective work.

Q: What activities are included in Crime Scene: Forensic Investigation?

Participants will receive a full briefing and engage in forensic activities such as fingerprinting, dusting items for prints, hair & fibre analysis, and using FBI Photofit software to construct photo fits of potential suspects.

Q: How long does the experience last?

The experience is designed to run smoothly between lunch or dinner courses. The exact duration might vary based on the meal service times, but it typically spans the length of a standard dining experience.

Q: Is a meal included with the Crime and Dine: Forensic Investigation?

No meal is included with this experience. It is a mobile experience designed to be brought to your pre-arranged meal and venue to serve as entertainment alongside your meal.

Q:  How is the event structured concerning dining?

The investigative activities are interspersed between meal courses. This ensures that participants can enjoy their meal while seamlessly transitioning to and from the detective tasks.

Q: How many people can be in a team?

It’s recommended to have teams of 7-8 people. This gives the best chance for ideas and collaboration!

Q: How many people can participate in one session?

The Crime and Dine: Forensic Investigation is an adaptable experience suitable for any group size from 15 to 1000+ people. The only limitation is the size of your venue and how many people it can hold.