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Amateur detectives get chance to go sleuthing in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 16:39 13 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:39 13 October 2017

Intrepid sleuths study last year’s casefile in Norwich city centre. From Left to right: Eve Mahoney, Will Lubbock, Laura Nazmdeh, Caroline Bidewell. Picture: Casebook Events

Intrepid sleuths study last year’s casefile in Norwich city centre. From Left to right: Eve Mahoney, Will Lubbock, Laura Nazmdeh, Caroline Bidewell. Picture: Casebook Events

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Would-be detectives have another exciting opportunity to turn sleuths for the day when a popular, immersive gaming experience returns to Norwich on November 4.

The event is being hosted by the Norwich Business Improvement District (BID), which has teamed up up with Casebook Events. Players will be asked to examine a casefile, hunt down clues, question real live witnesses and solve ingenious puzzles. The amateur sleuths will be taken on a journey of discovery around the scenic Cathedral area as they investigate a mystery that would test even the great Mr Holmes.

The game is best enjoyed when played in teams of two to six with the main investigation taking a few hours.

Grab your magnifying glass, the game is afoot...

Tickets prices are £12 for Adults, accompanied under 12 year-olds are free. Discounted team tickets are available at £50.

To buy an advance ticket visit: www.bit.do/casefilenorwich


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