Celebrating 25 years of interactive murder mystery theatre, Mysteriously Yours is currently playing The Fine Art of Murder - A Sherlock Holmes Mystery:
"In the castle of a wealthy Countess, Sherlock Holmes is re-united with his trusted side-kick Dr. John Watson for a thrilling case of murder and deception, when a body is found at the foot of a priceless painting. Can Holmes solve the riddle and crack the case? More importantly, can he solve it in time?"
The Mysteriously Yours... Mystery Dinner Theatre (2026 Yonge Street)
Complimentary gear from Mysteriously Yours :)
What made me even more excited about Mysteriously Yours was when I found out that Rossy Earle (@PanCanCooks) is the executive chef there! I love her food and absolutely love, love, LOVE her SupiCucu hot sauces.
M.Y. SALAD - Spinach salad with cherry tomatoes, red onion, walnuts & creamy Stilton vinaigrette
Shrimp in Creole Rémoulade on Rice Crisp
Brandy & Chive Mushrooms in Phyllo Cups with Stilton Cream
THE MAIN EVENT
BEEF RIBS IN GUINNESS GRAVY - Sherlock boneless beef ribs, braised in demi-glaze, stout & herbs served over buttermilk red potato mash & vegetables
COCONUT CURRIED VEGETABLE STEW (VEGAN) - Tender vegetables simmered in a delicate coconut milk curry broth
CHOCOLATE BROWNIE - Served with Bailey's Irish Cream chocolate ganache & whipped cream
STICKY TOFFEE BREAD & BUTTER PUDDING - Served with caramel sauce & whipped cream
The Fine Art of Murder cast posing for pictures after the show.
Julia and I had a great time at Mysteriously Yours ... Mystery Dinner Theatre. I thought The Fine Art of Murder was well-written, funny and packed with numerous hints and clues, making any one of the characters a possible suspect to the murder. Props to the cast as well...they were awesome! I really liked how they would walk around the theatre, not only during the show but also during breaks, talking to guests and posing for pictures... the entire time in character. Really fun! Last but not least, it's cool how the play incorporated guests that were there to celebrate a special occasion (i.e. birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, etc.) putting them on the spot a.k.a under suspicion for murder too! Fun times indeed at Mysteriously Yours. Bravo!
*The show and dinner were complimentary. The opinions and views expressed on this post are my own*