Scream all about it

We are delighted to report that Scream all about it – Murder mystery party raised over £4,390 to help fight the injustice of cancer in children. Every penny raised will help improve childhood cancer survival rates and helps us to move closer to our vision of a world where no child dies of cancer. Thanks again to everyone who supported us. It was a truly awesome 80s party! See our Scream all about it video Talking “all about it” on London Live See photos from the event

About this murder mystery party

It’s November 1988 and the tabloid world is in crisis: Bobbie Davenport, the cut-throat, sharp-talking editor of Views of the World (with shoulder pads to DIE for) has suddenly passed away. Her nearest and dearest gather after the wake only to discover they are all suspects in this ‘accidental’ death… The evening featured a vibrant 80s soundtrack with DJ’s playing tracks: All Night Long, the I Should be so Lucky fundraising raffle, Hungry like the Wolf delicious pub grub and Atomic 80s cocktails. Scream all about it

Location & Date

  • The Red Lion, 640 High Road, Leytonstone, London E11 3AA
  • November 2, 2018 6:30 pm

Contact Details

Talking "all about it" on London Live

Scream All About It

Event organiser Lynne Maltman and our Chief Executive Dhivya O’Connor appeared on London Live – talking about this event with a difference. Watch the video of their interview to find out more about ‘Scream all About it’ and to see the production in rehearsal. We are delighted to share that the Boy George self-portrait sold for £2,200.

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