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    We are a new company and we are running a great night out in Darver Castle in May called a Knight of Murder – this would be a great night out with friends, hen night or birthday party with a difference….even a works night out – you can book online at http://www.murdermystreries ireland.com and we really hope some of you will come along – for bookings of a full table (10 seats) you nly pay for nine…

    Enjoy a Murderous Knight in Co Louth
    Darver Castle, Ardee, Co Louth, is hosting “A Knight of Murder” by Murder Mysteries Ireland on Saturday 7 May. This entertaining medieval murder dinner show starts with our budding detectives being greeted by the show’s shady cast at the welcome reception. Keeping their eyes peeled for clues, guests will then enjoy a sumptuous four course dinner with wine as a murder is played out in the castle’s banqueting hall. After the killer is caught everyone can dance the evening away and enjoy the late bar.

    Tickets for “A Knight of Murder” are €65 per person, there is a group booking discount available for bookings of 10 seats and over. Fancy dress is not essential but preferred to help you get in to the spirit of things. This event is the perfect alternative hen or stag do, it would be a birthday treat no one will forget or give your work colleagues a night out with a difference. The main thing is to bring your cameras to catch all the fun and laughter on the night – oh and of course we need to catch a killer too!

    To book your medieval murder mystery dinner show tickets please call 085 2828 420 or book online at http://www.murdermystreriesireland.com.

    If you want to make a weekend of it you can stay in the Castle’s guesthouses for €100 for two sharing including breakfast, contact info@darvercastle.ie for more details.


    Who’s coming along? I reckon it’s going to be brill craic!

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