Swing back to The Swinging Sixties and throw a fab 60s party. Hippies, rock'n'roll, Summer of Love, Miniskirts, Peace, man ... Food, decor, slang, fashion…
1960s' Hairstyle and Make-Up
Food and Drink
Photo Booths 1960s' Style
Printables and Invites
Peace and Love
The 1960s - General Inofrmation
Fab 60s' Murder Mystery Party for 6-14 players. Instant download for virtual (eg Zoom) or face-to-face party. Swing back to the 60s for a murder mystery party of peace, love and rock-'n'-roll. Pearly Pearl Phoenix was murdered whilst organising the grooviest rock festival the world has ever seen. Was it her rock star husband or her minidress-designing stepmother? The local hippie commune, the anti-smut campaigners or the fearsome gangsters? Fun to play; easy to run; lots of free printouts.
For our 60s murder mystery party, we bought some colourful shawls from a charity shop and hung these on the wall and also used another shawl as a tablecloth. Then we put some guitars on a covered bookcase and used a mini guitar and drum set as a table centrepiece. We then folded some cheap red napkins and added a few flowers from the garden - and the result was some pretty groovy 60s party decorations!
Try a fab, fun 1960s murder mystery party for 6-14 players. Murder in the Swinging Sixties is available for virtual parties (ideal for lockdown) or for face-to-face parties. Easy to host, fun to play and possible to solve. This fab 60s murder mystery party is one your friends will remember for a long time!
Host a virtual 60s Murder Mystery Party using Zoom, Skype etc. Ideal for Lockdown. Great fun to play; easy to host; instant download. 6-14 players. Who killed Pearly Pearl Phoenix? Was it the rock star husband? Or the minidress designer? What about the spiv, the gantsters or the fearsome squares? The hippie commune just believes in love, man. Oh là là, it can't be the French aristocratic rock festival organiser. In this fab Swinging Sixties murder mystery party, everyone has secrets ...
This week we're talking about recipes that define a decade, starting with the 1960s. Made more popular in the last few years from Mad Men, the recipes of the 60s are defined by strange chicken dishes, the continued domination of Jell-o and other fluff desserts, cocktail party appetizers like onion dip (seen above), and of course anything Julia Child. Some of these recipes remain relevant in recent decades, but they will always have a strong history in the 60s. What are your favorite recipes f...