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A new immersive dining experience, Dinner is Coming, inspired by the fantasy drama Game of Thrones, is coming to The Vaults venue in London from April 2019.
Dinner Is Coming
To coincide with the launch of the final series of Game Of Thrones in April 2019, Dinner Is Coming is a new immersive spoof dining experience, inspired by the hit fantasy drama. The experience will blend a feast of indulgent food with theatre, comedy and an unhealthy dose of murder, recreating the world of the Several Kingdoms deep in the Vaults’ underground tunnels.
For Game of Thrones fans, it is a truth widely known that all is not always as it seems in the Several Kingdoms. Should violence or even murder arise, guests are encouraged not to lose their heads – just choose a kingdom to pledge love and loyalty to, and show support for the rightful heir to the throne. As the night deepens, whilst guests enjoy merrymaking and frolicking in festivities, they must continue to have their wits about them – be prepared to scupper your moral compasses and stab fellow revellers in the back (metaphorically, of course).
On the night, guests will be treated to a feast fit for the Several Kingdoms as well as specially designed drinks menu. A truly immersive event, guests will also be encouraged to dress in accordance to their chosen house, whether a richly decorated Lord or Lady from Easteros, an armoured warrior, or a rag-wearing peasant.
Dinner Is Coming tells the story of a marriage between the heir to the Several Kingdoms, Jaffrey Bearathon, and Margarine, the beautiful daughter of the noble Trywell Family.
Dinner is Coming at The Vaults is on Leake Street, London, SE1 7NN
Ticket prices cost from £35 for a run time of 3 hours including feast, with a bar open until late after performance (only Fridays and Saturdays).
The dress code is: Lords and ladies of Easteros, dress like a member of your favourite house, or a peasant.
For more information and to book, visit thevaults.london