A murder-mystery event combining wine tasting and glamor is coming to Market Drayton

Cameron Cousens and Rachel Tremblay of Nomad at Market Drayton

The team at Nomad Nº63 Cellar & Tasting Room, Betton Mill, Market Drayton will host an immersive murderous and mysterious wine tasting experience on Saturday 19th March.

In conjunction with Gloucestershire-based theater company – Ian Kennedy Productions – Nomad Wine will offer wine and beer tastings, as well as canapes served by the Roots and Wings chef.

It comes as the new wine cellar and tasting room is due to hold its official launch party this weekend to celebrate its arrival in the market town and welcome customers for shopping, drinking and snacking.

Rachel Tremblay, co-founder of Nomad Wine, said, “We are extremely excited to be hosting a murder mystery event at Nomad Nº63 on March 19th.

Cameron Cousens and Rachel Tremblay of Nomad at Market Drayton

“It’s something a little different, offbeat and fun. It’s also an excuse to dress up and enjoy a special evening of wine tasting combined with Murder Mystery.

“IKProductions running the Murder Mystery side of the night are excellent and we can’t wait to see what our guests think of the event.

“We only have a few tickets left and we anticipate that they will all sell out, so we would like to organize another one in the near future.

“We are really excited that our space can be versatile and that we can encourage different and unique experiences here, which will undoubtedly benefit the city.

“We’ve had a great response so far and are looking forward to opening our doors for the first time on Saturday March 5th from 12pm to 8pm.”

Tickets are £55 per person, which includes wine tasting and canapes; the evening will begin at 7 p.m. and should last two and a half hours.

Nomad Wines is based in Market Drayton, but runs pop-up events across the UK.

For more information, visit nomadwine.co.uk or call 07871 282428.

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