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Carter Observatory:Murder on the International Space Station

3 March 2014

Murder on the International Space Station: A Special Murder Mystery Evening at Carter Observatory

Step into a world of interstellar intrigue with Carter Observatory’s first ever Murder Mystery Evening. Become part of the theatre experience as you step into a role and help solve the dastardly death of a public figure. You will be a special guest at the celebrations for a new international space station when a body is found. In space there is nowhere to run – the murderer must be on board. There are many odd characters, with even odder motives… but whodunnit?

A great night out for social groups or individuals, participants will explore the whole Observatory, planetarium and historic telescopes as they attempt to pick up the trail of the murderer. There will be wine and canapés throughout the evening. Don’t forget to dress up and bring your friends!

$75 per person
$70 Star pass holders
Group rates available—please ask us for more information.
Over 18’s only, booking essential as space is limited. Call 04 910 3140 or email carter@wmt.org.nz to book
48 hour cancellation policy applies. See website for details.

Carter Observatory is managed by the Wellington Museums Trust with major funding support from Wellington City Council.

www.carterobservatory.org

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