Clevedon Hall to host murder mystery event

PUBLISHED: 14:53 07 November 2018 | UPDATED: 14:53 07 November 2018

Clevedon Hall

Clevedon Hall

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This weekend, don your pipe and tweed and head to Clevedon Hall for a night of seaside sleuthing.

Organised by the British Academy of Radio and Film, A Night At The BARFs is an unmissable event featuring fine wine, fancy dress, decadent food and surprises.

The evening will kick-off with a three-course dinner, followed by an untimely demise and a visit from an unexpected guest.

The night will end between 10.30 and 11pm.

Each room boasts a king-sized bed and a fantastic en-suite bathroom.

The menu has been put together by the hall’s Michelin star-trianed chef and will feature delights like slow-massacred beef and death by chocolate brownies with boozy bananas.

Tickets, priced at £45, are available online at 
www.clevedonhallevents.co.uk

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