It's amazing what can happen at a dinner party. Day-to-day worries fade away, strangers engage in conversation and timeless stories ignite fits of laughter.
Day-to-day worries fade away, strangers engage in conversation.

Welcome to Classic Dining Moments. We're very excited to add a new twist to our dinner parties that we know you will enjoy. have partnered with a company who have created an unbelievable selection of literally, classic dining moments.

As a theater company, we bring these games to life by providing live CharActors in costume, a music CD,. drink and dinner recipes(for an authentic, yet modernized classic meal) and we bring history to life. See our selection below or try our newest one, A Presidential Dinner with George and Martha Washington. Whatever you choose, these dinner parties, in your home (or a restaurant of your choice) will create a new history, yours.

Small Groups - Classic Dining Moments (15 – 60)
R.M.S. Titanic, the final First Class Dinner with Captain Edward John Smith and guests, on the Atlantic , on Sunday April 14th 1912. Opulence was a feature of the elaborate menus for the wealthy first class passengers on the doomed liner. Your dinner is recreated from the actual menu served aboard the mighty ship.
Our dinner with King Arthur and his Knights of the Roundtable was held in the splendid Great Hall of Winchester Castle in AD 530. The famous table still resides here.
Robin Hood fell in love with Maid Marion at first sight, at the May Day games in Nottingham Forest . They celebrated with dinner in the local inn: the 'Five Nuns' Tavern situated in Croscombe, Nottinghamshire. The year was 1189 yet you will be amazed how well they ate in those far off days .
This celebratory and imaginative dinner with William Shakespeare and his devoted wife, Anne, took place in the White Swan Tavern (which still stands) in Stratford upon Avon , in May 1583
This month we launch a new, rude dinner party pack called Erotic Dining . This provides a liberal evening of fun, food and frolic for eight close friends. The emphasis of the evening is on a classic buffet
followed by a generous serving of risqué party games. The menu is almost entirely aphrodisiac, the games are popular, tried and tested.
Buffalo Bill and sharpshooter Annie Oakley were guests of Gustave Eiffel at the opening of the Eiffel Tower . At this celebratory dinner at the top of the Tower our colourful duo and other famous guests were served this classic French dinner...

Scarpato's Restaurant, Coney Island, 1931

This dinner is set at the height of prohibition. This was the heyday of the Mafia. There were over four hundred gang related murders a year in Chicago alone at this time.
Your dinner is in the comparative safety of a cosy Italian restaurant on Coney Island but beware Machine Gun' Jack McGurn is on the loose. So watch your back...

Large Groups - Theme Dinner Parties (40 â€" 400)
You'll need to have your password ready when you enter Big Mugsy's Speakeasy, or "Mumbles" won't let you in! This is an audience participation show featuring a musical comedy revue with Gangsters, Flappers and YOU! After lunch the "Mugs" and the "Molls" treat you to nonstop comedy, music and fun in this roaring 20's musical revue. You might get raided by the cops and even be asked to play a character in the show!
  "Is not additional eating an Englishman's ordinary idea of Christmas day?" asked Charles Dickens. But Charles never imagined anything like this! Our Victorian Feast is replete with period decorations and costumed actors, musicians and Victorian Carolers performing throughout the meal.
The Revolutionary Feast is a spoof of the traditional American officers mess dinner set in New England at the end of the War of Independence. The premise demands that all in attendance are officers in good standing in the Massachusetts Light Infantry. This is reinforced by the distribution of various ranks to each individual present.
This ranking system becomes the foundation for the hilarity that ensues as the entire meal is run according to the "Rules and Regulations for Officer Decorum While at Mess." These rules, humorously enforced by the commanding general and his staff create the basis for a variety of events that neatly weave their way through the service of the meal.
Come and drink deeply of the laughter, song and dance that characterize a proper (we use the term quite loosely) Irish Wake. This uproarious interactive comedy dinner show is just the thing to lift your spirits – and rest assured there will be plenty of spirits to go around as glasses are lifted in honor of our dearly departed. Mr. Patrick James Finnegan (Tim's brother ;)

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