Within the very fabric of a local building, through half-closed doors, cracks in the walls, and holes in the skirting boards, a sinister series of gruesome murders has taken place. Join a deadly game of cat and rat and use your powers of deduction to find out who (or what) is killing off the rodent population, and why. Rat numbers have suspiciously decreased over the last few days and it’s up to you to find the culprit before he, she or it strikes again.
Who killed the rats… is a puppet rat-infested murder mystery, taking place in (around) 30 minutes, within a specified area. Greeted by the rat police chief, you’ll get a quick crime briefing in the crime room, a map of the game playing area and a breakdown of your tasks for the evening. In teams and armed with your incredibly high spec murder solving equipment (notepad, pencil, torch and your very own strap on tail), you’ll search all the crime scenes for clues and evidence to arrest one of three previously identified suspects. You’ll also have to find (and bribe) a very frightened witness for concrete evidence showing who or what has committed these atrocities. In a race against time and with the help of your fellow rookie colleagues, can you solve our rodent whodunnit and get that all important promotion? There might also be some cheese in it for you if you do…
- 2 performers
- Approx. 30 minutes to complete
- Up to 5 games per day
This is a game for all the family, and anyone under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Maximum of 30 people per game (including accompanying adults). Players can play in teams of up to 5 people. Not suitable for small children (little people under 7).
Some puppet rats were harmed in the making of this performance.