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Solve a Hitchcock-inspired murder mystery at Vestry House Museum’s Halloween Late

Walthamstow’s Vestry House Museum is to host a Hitchcock-inspired murder mystery evening on Halloween weekend.

The Museum’s Halloween Late on Saturday 29 October will also feature music, cocktails and a range of activities for children.

Throughout the evening, visitors will be able to:

  • have their photo taken in a pop-up photo booth - fancy dress encouraged

  • make their own origami birds

  • sample a unique range of cocktails from London’s The Moon Underwater pop-up bar, and cakes by local Elderflower Cakes

  • interview a range of suspects to discover who killed Charlotte Inwood, a character from Hitchcock’s Stage Fright.

Vestry House Museum Late events are a chance to relax and enjoy the secluded Museum and garden in a whole new perspective. Each event features local food, activities for families and cultural entertainment for everyone.

Notes to editors

Halloween Late

Saturday 29 October 2016

6.00 – 9.00pm

Vestry House Museum, Vestry Rd, Walthamstow, London, E17 9NH

£2 donation on the door, free entry for children (all proceeds support Vestry House Museum’s exhibitions and events)

For further information please contact Ian Mason:

Tel: 020 8496 4726

Mob: 07740 046143


About Vestry House Museum

Owned and managed by Waltham Forest Council, Vestry House Museum is the local history museum for Waltham Forest and home of Waltham Forest Archives and Local Studies Library. Set in an 18th century former workhouse in the heart of historic Walthamstow Village, the Museum tells the story of the borough through a series of permanent displays and special exhibitions. A favourite exhibit is Britain’s first petrol driven car, built by Frederick Bremer in 1892.

If you would like more information about any of these press releases or have a different media enquiry please contact us at or on 020 8496 4521 / 4802.

For out of hours please email or call 07966 915 157.