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Death and Diamonds: A Bridgerton Murder Mystery Dinner

Unique Productions LLC Uploaded by Alison Strickland Rampa
From Cincinnati's longest running murder mystery theater company comes a steamy new evening of intrigue.
Set in the steamy, gossip filled world of Regency era London join a cast of familiar characters for an evening of murder and intrigue. Gather clues and try to figure out whodunnit in this fun interactive show. Ticket price includes buffet style 3 course dinner and non-alcoholic beverages. Cash bar provided. If you like puzzles, murder, and scandal this show is for you! Prizes will be given for Bridgerton Trivia, best dressed, and to whomever solves the mystery. Great for a girls night out, a unique date night or fun with fellow Bridgerton loving friends!

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