Miss Kate Nickleby poses by the Christmas tree at Wymering Manor during Fezziwig’s Christmas party...but did she kill Jacob Marley?
Creating immersive events is such a rewarding passion of ours. Where else can you be on a survivor from the First World War 100 years ago whilst looking at a survivor of the Battle of Trafalgar 200 years ago. Bloody love our heritage! #heritage #immersive #immersivetheatre #mystery #torchlightheritage #torchlightmystery
NEXT WEEKEND - Wymering Manor hosts this fun-filled mystery play in the festive surroundings of its Great Hall. It’s Christmas, 1956. The Martindales are looking forward to a peaceful family Christmas...until a curious theft occurs. With only a few hours to solve the mystery, it’s a race against time to catch the culprit! Enjoy a welcome drink, mince pie, a delicious buffet, music and mystery - all included in the ticket price! www.torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Holmes & Watson have enjoyed their time at The Festival of Christmas this year - thank you to all the budding detectives who helped them solve their case! #torchlightmystery
Amid festive cheer, something will disappear... Sir Maxim is looking forward to celebrating Christmas with his family...but it’s not long before a crime is committed and it’s up to his niece, Harriet to solve it! “A Mysterious Christmas at Martindale Manor” is in Portsmouth this Dec. Tickets still available for performances on 16th & 17th December. torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Holmes has retired for the evening, but he’ll be back at The Festival of Christmas tomorrow 11am - 4pm and looking for detectives to help solve the case! For now, here is a photo from today when Town Holmes met Country Holmes!
The game is afoot @phdockyard ! Join in the Sherlock Holmes trail and help him solve the case at The Victorian Festival of Christmas, 11am - 4pm today!
One of the suspects...have you questioned him yet?! Help Sherlock Holmes solve the mystery at The Victorian Festival of Christmas @phdockyard
Holmes & Watson are on the case at The Victorian Festival of Christmas. Help them track down six suspects and solve the mystery by registering to play at torchlightmysteries.com/sherlock They will be here 11am - 4pm daily until Sunday. (You will also need a ticket for entry to The Victorian Festival of Christmas, which can be purchased on the day. )
4 Days until the Victorian Festival of Christmas begins @PHDockyard - are you ready to help Sherlock Holmes solve an interactive mystery? Councillor Hilda Hope awaits your questioning... Tickets for the Victorian Festival of Christmas available from: christmasfestival.co.uk
If there’s crime-solving doubt, the butler blames the sprout. With Burton becoming increasingly suspicious of the sprouts, can Harriet and Will solve the case before Christmas Dinner is destroyed? A Mysterious Christmas at Martindale Manor is at Wymering Manor 16th - 18th Dec. Tickets: torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Throwback to last week’s Dickens-themed Murder Mystery Dinner aboard the spectacular @hmswarrior1860 If you missed us on HMS Warrior, we’ll be hosting “Mr Fezziwig’s Christmas Party”, another Dickens-themed Murder Mystery at Wymering Manor next Saturday, Dec 2nd. Tickets available through torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Who killed Jacob Marley? Join us at Wymering Manor on December 2nd for our Dickens-themed Murder Mystery Evening. Meet and interrogate Dickensian characters alongside a buffet and parlour games before making your final deductions! Tickets and further information: torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
A year ago today it was our final performance of Agatha Christie’s “Spider’s Web” at Wymering Manor...and although Inspector Lord and Constable Jones may not have solved the case all by themselves, here they are in the Manor, taking their work very seriously.
Holmes & Watson aren’t the only two returning to Torchlight Mysteries this Christmas - Harriet & Will are back and solving a brand new festive mystery at Martindale Manor (played once again by Wymering Manor itself ). Tickets include a festive buffet in the interval and with just 4 performances, book early to avoid disappointment! Performances: 16th Dec @ 2pm 17th Dec @ 2pm & 7pm 18th Dec @ 7pm Tickets: torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio ) #torchlightmystery
Holmes & Watson are back! They made a stop at Wymering Manor where they posed for this festive photo (and found out their hats also make very useful bowls ) on their way to The Victorian Festival of Christmas @phdockyard Join in the Sherlock Holmes hunt and unravel the clues to help Holmes (and Watson! ) solve the mystery, surrounded by the festive atmosphere of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard this December. And you never know, Watson might even don his best moustache for the occasion! 1st - 3rd December, advance tickets from: christmasfestival.co.uk
A trip to see the fabulous @torchlightmysteries Murder At Martindale Manor, yesterday has reminded me it’s been too long since I picked up a Christie. Sunday must mean Agatha time. If you can get to one of @torchlightmysteries performances at Wymering Manor this month, I highly recommend it. Brilliant as always! #theatre #wymeringmanor #agathachristie #murdermystery #torchlightmystery #torchlightheritage
Audience take their seats for our 3rd night of Murder at Martindale Manor taking place on Friday 13th... definitely unlucky for one of the cast... But which one? And who was the murderer? Another sell out production from Torchlight Mysteries. #murdermystery #torchlightmystery #wymeringmanor #murder #fiction #whodunnit
Daniel Pearson. A peculiar writer who’s afraid of the butler...but has he got something to hide? Murder at Martindale Manor 11th - 20th October. torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Archibald “Will” Fitzwilliam. He’s a charming adventurer with a flair for detection...but will he prove too much of a distraction for Harriet? Murder at Martindale Manor 11th - 20th October. Several performances are sold out, so don’t delay! torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Even after a long, tiring photoshoot a sense of humour still exists as our actors insist on posing for the “exhausted” shot.
A murder is more than they bargained for, but this doesn't phase Harriet, who takes inspiration from her hero Sherlock Holmes and ropes in the adventurous Will to be her Watson as they attempt to solve this puzzling case - before the police arrest the wrong person! Murder at Martindale Manor 11th - 20th October at Wymering Manor, Portsmouth. torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Desmond Blake. He's demanding and devious, but could he be dangerous? Find out in Murder at Martindale Manor 11th - 20th October. torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Is this the most dangerous butler in all of England? And would he take his loyalties too far? Find out in Murder at Martindale Manor 11th - 20th October. torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Harriet, Will and Constable Lloyd attempt to look like formidable detectives outside the picturesque stable block at Staunton Country Park.
Constable Lloyd has never solved a single case, but with the help of Harriet and Will, could this be his breakthrough? Murder at Martindale Manor 11th - 20th October. Tickets: torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Sir Maxim is Harriet's distinguished uncle and the owner of Martindale Manor. He invited the guests, but did he plan for a murder? Murder at Martindale Manor 11th - 20th October. Tickets: torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Everyone knows that Millie, the only child of the formidable Lady Margot is rather tiresome company...but is there something more sinister waiting to step out from the shadow of her mother? Murder at Martindale Manor is being performed at Wymering Manor 11th - 20th October. Tickets: torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )
Harriet and Will think they're in for a tedious time at Martindale Manor when Harriet's Uncle Max invites some guests for the weekend...until someone ends up murdered! Follow the adventures of these two amateur detectives 11th - 20th October. torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio ) Photo taken at Staunton Country Park
Harriet and Will have caught the Sherlock Holmes bug as they don their best Holmes and Watson hats in honour of this week's show. They will, of course, be solving their own mystery in October at Wymering Manor (which will be playing the part of Martindale Manor, Harriet's home and the setting of the mystery ). For more information and tickets visit torchlightmysteries.com (link in bio )