Fun murder mysteries for corporate and private groups! As well as being great fun to participate in, they are designed to achieve real team building results. In some of them, everyone has their own character to play. Each character has goals to achieve which go beyond just identifying the murderer. To succeed, they need to work with, talk to and get information from lots of other people.

For bigger groups, people work in teams and are again set a variety of tasks besides just solving the murder. In a friendly, supportive environment, they get to use a wide range of skills:

  • Adaptability
  • Information gathering and processing
  • Powers of persuasion
  • Prioritising
  • People management
  • Team work.

The murder mysteries come in various different styles. Some provide highly successful, highly enjoyable team building. Some are meant more as entertainment, allowing people to sit back and enjoy the drama without becoming so involved.

They fit group sizes of anything from 6 to 250 people.And they can fill a wide range of time frames. Some last a few hours and some last a few days! The key ingredients for all successful murder mysteries are: well-written plots; skilful, confident, entertaining actors; fresh and original ideas.

As with all the best team building ideas, people are transported during them away from what they are used to. They are set a new challenge. To accomplish it, they have to draw on skills and resources they do not usually access. They are helped and encouraged while doing so. They finish up with a strong sense of personal achievment and team bonding.


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