Max 300 people
Be transported to the crime scene and race against the clock to solve a murder! Every member of the team will need to bring their skills to the table to solve a series of puzzles and unravel the complex clues to crack the case. Team members will call on communication, problem solving, logic and reasoning skills to identify the killer, weapon and motive for the murder. Each team will submit their findings and engage in a group debriefing session to explain how they arrived at that conclusion.
CHOOSE FROM TWO THEMES:
Murder at River Crossing - River Crossing, Carolina, our fictionalized community somewhere deep in the American South is the backdrop to our new adventure! This is a three-cop town. Here the population is tiny. Mostly made up of upper-class landowners and lower-middle-class farmers and their families. All of the inhabitants in River Crossing can trace their roots back to this land for hundreds of years. This is a place lost in time, and last Friday night, between 9:45 pm - 10 pm, the most influential person in town was murdered.
Or Murder at La La Land - It's 1951 and the pervasiveness of the motion picture industry is the only thing that matters to anybody who's somebody. In true LIT fashion, YOU’RE a company member at Summit Pictures one of La La's major film studios, but after clocking out on this day no one is going home! One of your very own, a talented screenwriter made a big splash, name in lights and all that jazz... until last night's disaster began to rock an already fickle, fragile, and feeble foundation.
Come meet the iconic characters you think you know, while getting an insider's peek behind the facade. Become a key player as you experience a tragically hilarious story probing the highs, the lows, and the in-betweens of SHOWBIZ! What will you do to make it?
As usual with our work, our audiences ALWAYS play a role. Your job will be to interrogate the townspeople, peel back the layers, and discover what really happened last Friday night, as you and your team look for the best story to write about the murder at River Crossing or La La Land.
Hosted with up to 6 professional actors
Online itinerary to share with the team
Work as a team to solve the murder at River Crossing Book Club
Your own dedicated Team Days event planner
Set in the deep south, Carolina
Highly interacting with audience participation
Allow 90-120 mins (timings can be customised to suit)
In Australia, US, Asia and Europe timezones
Some of our Clients Say!
“Our event was professionally organised and run. The event speaker was very knowledgeable and was able to easily adapt and adlib on the spot - so no awkward silences and plenty of laughs.”
“Naomi was a fantastic host, and the team loved the experience. The fact that you can transfer over the hosting on Zoom so that the interactions with the group could still continue was the cherry on the cake. Thank you for a brilliant team development event.”
“Lovely people, very responsive at short notice. The hosts were talented and professional...and worked well with our slightly complex hybrid virtual model. The sessions were fun and challenging.”
“A huge success in all regions - ran smoothly, clear instructions and heaps of fun! I’m seeing lots of comments about how much everyone enjoyed it! Thanks so much”
“We went with the Virtual Game Show and Tom and James arrived early to the zoom link, talked me through the process before admitting my colleagues and then ran the entire event so smoothly. Everyone had a great time and were all very happy with the whole event.
T. Ying Goh
“Awesome hosts who were very professional and have an excellent sense of humor. Our game show ran very smoothly and efficiently. Julian who put together a proposal for me pre-event was also very helpful and understanding. He answered my questions patiently and is very responsive. Thankful for the pleasant team to work with.”
“Our team had a blast with the gameshow challenge! We’re getting tons of compliments on what a great job you & Brett did so thank you for helping to make our event fun & engaging.”
“The experience was very well planned and our organisation had a lot of fun participating in the Virtual Amazing Race.”
“Though some people were a bit skeptical regarding how the Trivia game would work with so many people, EVERYONE really enjoyed themselves and were talking about it for days afterward.”
“The Big Game was not only a great virtual event had by our team, but also a fantastic team-building exercise for our team. Being remote and not having met everybody in person, it was a fantastic opportunity to have some fun together. DJ BrieJ was the best!”
“We had a sensational evening, a great turn-out with our company across many countries... thankyou!”
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