Chance & Counters are the king of Bristol board-games. At their home on the Christmas Steps, you can find literally hundreds of board games - served alongside food & drink - and particularly an awesome selection of beers.
They've teamed up with The Lost & Found, for an unforgettable role-play, mystery-solving night!
This was such a unique event organised by the Board Game Cafe Chance and Counters and hosted by Lost and Found. The event itself was a twist on a murder mystery evening with everyone having their own objectives. It was well organised and timely, with the attendees all willing to throw themselves I to the action. It was hosted in Lost and Found which was a bit of a smaller venue but made up for it with massively great tasting cocktails! It would have been nicer to have been informed more in advance of our individual roles and if the was a larger bar to cater for orders in our private room between the breaks. But these are minor compared to the quality of the event by these two organisers.
It would have been helpful to have made a drinks order before the game started So that it was already ready by the time the intermission came. This potentially would have reduced the queuing and prevented delays to the game.
The event was awesome! It was really well run & so much fun! The venue charged different prices for my drink throughout the night & at £8/£9.50 for a double vodka & siphon soda it’s quite pricey.
A fantastic night at the prohibition morder mystery hosted by chance and counters. The game was well explained. EVERYONE made an effort to dress up and it was soooo easy to get into character. The staff were so friendly and on hand whatever you needed. A great might that kept me guessing and I’ll do it again in a heartbeat! Thank you chance and counters, bath abbey hotel and wriggle!!
We went to Chance & Counters’ Prohibition murder mystery night and loved every second of it. It was so well run, with everything going smoothly and everyone having the best time. Can’t wait to do another!
Needed a few more bar staff but the ones that were there were great fun, joining in with the event a little.