Do you get hooked on every new mystery show that comes out? A big Sherlock Holmes fan (who isn’t)? We have the perfect immersive experience for you – The Great Murder Mystery, The Lost Estate’s new production reimagining the most famous detective story of all time, The Hound of the Baskervilles.

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What is The Great Murder Mystery? 

Step into the iconic 221B Baker Street in Victorian London where you will become part of the press and power brokers assembled by Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson clamouring to uncover the truth behind the mysterious Baskerville scandal.

As the night draws on and the mystery deepens, you’ll indulge in three stunning courses of dark and delicious fine dining, plus cocktail creations courtesy of housekeeper Mrs Hudson’s well-stocked liquor cabinet.

We fell in love with The Lost Estate’s Dickensian-inspired Great Christmas Feast, and we’re sure this will be just as decadent.

Why You Won’t Want To Miss It

Helmed by returning director Simon Pittman (Next To Normal Immersive, Royal Shakespeare Company, National Theatre), the evening is carried by a thrilling central story and star cast behind it. The actors are accompanied throughout by captivating cinematic music from composer Steffan Rees, performed live in front of the audience. 

This is one night out you will not want to miss, there’s nowhere else in London offering this intoxicating mix of indulgent food, stunning acting, and a riveting mystery to solve.

The Food

The Lost Estate’s Executive Chef Ashley Clarke (Gordon Ramsay Group) has interwoven brilliant storytelling and fine British ingredients to create a decadent three-course dining experience inspired by the great dining halls of Victoria, London. 

Feast from duck ham and confit eggs to start, elevated with ham crisps,  pickled cherries, toasted brioche, and lemon and honey dressing; for the main, spring chicken with black truffle mouse, spring pea tart, Pommes Anna and chicken scratchings; and to finish, Devonshire strawberries with black sesame, vanilla mousse and Champagne sorbet. 

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The vegetarian menu includes Marcini’s fire-roasted tomato and green olive arancini with fresh tomato, asparagus and piquillo pepper ratatouille, and handmade burrata and truffle tortellini with smoked garlic cream, garden pea pesto and toasted pine nuts. Mrs Hudson’s talents don’t end with food delivery, however, as she flings open the doors to her well-stocked drinks cabinet for a selection of cocktails inspired by Victorian mixology manuals and perfected with modern-day devotion to detail. 

This is a must-see for all, from the most ardent murder mystery fans to those who love a great night out.

How To Book

Booking is open from 19th March until 28th April, and The Handbook is offering exclusive skip-the-queue access for further dates in May. Tickets are selling out fast, so head to Lost Estate’s Website through this link to book now.


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