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Blood on the Clocktower

27 May 2024 Multiple times

Come and play Blood on the Clocktower "Trouble Brewing" on the May Bank Holiday!

Special Offer: Each session will be vastly different! Want to experience it more than once? Buy another ticket at the same time and get £2 off!

Our sessions: 

  • 12 noon
  • 1pm
  • 2pm
  • 3pm
  • 4pm

What is Blood on the Clocktower?

Blood on the Clocktower is a game of murder and mystery, lies and logic, deduction and deception for five-to-twenty courageous players and one devious storyteller.

It's a social game played in person, seated in a circle, each player receives either a ‘good’ or ‘evil’ token with their unique character on it. Good players share information to solve the mystery whilst evil players lie about who they are and what they know. The good team wins if they can piece together their knowledge, trust each other, and execute the demon. The evil team wins if the demon can sow distrust, evade detection, and wipe out the village.

What will happen on the day?

We're running 5 sessions on the day. Each session will last about an hour.

Our storytellers have years of experience and you don't need to know anything about Blood on the Clocktower or have ever played it before. We'll go over rules and a quick overview on the day.

Is this game for me?

This is perfect for anyone who likes a good mystery and trying to unmask or defeat other players in a hidden information game. Or perhaps you've heard of it and want to give it a go?

The scenario:

Clouds roll in over Ravenswood Bluff, engulfing this sleepy town and its superstitious inhabitants in foreboding shadow. Freshly-washed clothes dance eerily on lines strung between cottages. Chimneys cough plumes of smoke into the air. Exotic scents waft through cracks in windows and under doors, as hidden cauldrons lay bubbling. An unusually warm Autumn breeze wraps around vine-covered walls and whispers ominously to those brave enough to walk the cobbled streets.

Anxious mothers call their children home from play, as thunder begins to clap on the horizon. If you listen more closely, however, noises stranger still can be heard echoing from the neighbouring forest. Under the watchful eye of a looming monastery, silhouetted figures skip from doorway to doorway. Those who can read the signs know there is...

Trouble Brewing.