Okay, so it probably won’t be quite as dramatic as that painting you see (“The Murder of Rizzio” by John Opie, fyi) but hey, the night is young.
After a five year hiatus, it’s time to get ready for a murder mystery aboard the Queen Mary beginning Saturday, March 31 and continuing for a three-month run. I’ve never done the murder mystery thing, but this would be the one to check out–it was named Best Mystery Dinner Theater in LA County by the LA Times.
“A Murder on The Queen Mary” begins when you find out that the famed ship is haunted by Julie Rose, a local singer who was murdered in her dressing room 70 years ago. Her murderer has never been captured and her ghost still haunts the Queen Mary to this day. In order to clear her presence, the case has been reopened and it’s up to you to help solve this case. Roam the ship in search of clues, sit down to a three-course dinner and have a drink or two. After all, you can’t possibly bust ghosts on an empty stomach.
Fridays and Saturdays 7:30pm, March 31-June 30 @ The Queen Mary, 1126 Queens Highway, Long Beach, CA 90802. Tickets are $99 each; discounts available for groups.
For more info & reservations: www.i-adventuresinc.com