Award winning events company Right Angle Events are holding Real Life Clu’Doo experience on Saturday 1st February with all proceeds being donated to our charity.
Taking place between 2pm and 4pm at The Hewett Academy, Norwich, the event is based around the board game Cluedo but rooted with real science. Those taking part will have the opportunity to investigate a crime scene, carry out a forensic test in each ‘room’ and use analytical skills in order to solve the case; testing for blood, dusting for fingerprints, using microscopes and detecting poison.
It is a hands-on experience designed to provide a real taste for what a crime scene investigation entails. Owner of Right Angle Events, Steve Gaskin is a former Senior Investigator with the Metropolitan Police Service. He has investigated serial killings and linked crime scenes. He is also an advisor for BBC’s Silent Witness and has used his knowledge to create a real life event experience.
Anna Ede, Events Assistant for The Benjamin Foundation said:
“The Real Life Clu-Doo event was a sell out at the 2019 Norwich Science Festival, so we are very excited that Steve and his team have offered to hold this event once again to support our charity.”
Anna continues: “It’s a great opportunity for individuals, couples, friends and families to work together to solve clues and piece together evidence. Steve and his team are really knowledgeable and provide superb insights into the world of investigation. They supported The Benjamin Foundation throughout our 25th anniversary in 2019 and to have their support once again is amazing.”
We encourage individuals, friends and families to book their places to come along to test out their detective skills. Money raised will support our charity’s work with local children, young people and families who are going through difficult times.
Tickets should be booked in advance are £7.50 per adult and £6 per child (aged 7-17) (excluding Eventbrite fees) Recommended age of 7+
To find out more about Right Angle Events please go to www.rightangleevents.co.uk
Each year we help over 2,000 people in Norfolk and Suffolk who are going through tough times