Dinner Is Coming is a new immersive spoof dining experience inspired by the hit fantasy drama, Game of Thrones, and you could win tickets for you and a friend!
Launching at The Vaults in Waterloo to coincide with the launch of the final series in April 2019, Dinner Is Coming blends an indulgent feast with theatre, comedy and an unhealthy dose of murder.
The immersive dining experience will recreate the world of the Several Kingdoms, deep inside the Vaults’ underground tunnels, where you are invited to celebrate the marriage of Jaffrey Bearathon, heir to the Several Kingdoms, and Margarine, the beautiful daughter of the noble Trywell Family. But all is not always as it seems in the Several Kingdoms…
Should things escalate and violence arise, guests are encouraged not to lose their heads! Choose your kingdom, pledge your allegiance and keep your wits about you as fellow revelers might just betray you…
On the night, you’ll be encouraged to dress in accordance to your chosen house – whether a richly decorated Lord or Lady from Easteros, an armoured warrior, or a rag-wearing peasant – and treated to a feast fit for the Several Kingdoms. There’s also a specially designed drinks menu.
An in-house production from The Vaults’ creative team, Dinner Is Coming is directed by Sam Carrack and features food designed by chefs Chavdar Todorov and Steven Estevez.
This immersive theatre venue has been home to Les Enfants Terrible’s Alice’s Adventures Underground, Trainspotting Live, Wahaca’s Day of The Dead, Dinner at The Twits and more.
Tickets are £35-£55 (previews £30), but YOU could be going for free! The Resident and Dinner is Coming have teamed up to celebrate the launch of the new immersive dining experience by offering one lucky reader two tickets to the event. Each ticket includes a feast fit for the Several Kingdoms, and all dietary requirements will be catered for as part of the feast.
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About Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones began with A Song of Ice and Fire, a series of books from George R. R. Martin and was adapted into a HBO television series in 2011. Since then, the series has gone on to develop a cult following worldwide picking up a wealth of awards along the way.
About The Vaults
Since opening the doors to its 30,000 sq feet maze of underground tunnels in April 2013, The Vaults has welcomed all manner of events, encouraging those to come forward that have a natural affinity to the unusual, the daring and the unknown. Alongside hosting supper clubs, The Vaults has theatre, gigs, events and VAULT Festival, London’s biggest arts festival.