Our Medieval Banquet Extravaganza in London experience will give you the opportunity to experience the bygone times of the regal medieval banquet.
Down in the cellar dining hall, just a stone throw away from the Tower of London, you will be captivated and entertained by the strolling players, jousting knights and the riotous atmosphere.
07.15pm Doors open
07.45pm Meal and entertainment
10.30pm Music, dancing and meet the cast
11.30pm Disco ends
12:00pm Venue closes
You will receive unlimited beer and wine during your four course banquet, over two hours of themed entertainment and music and dancing until the end of the night!
You should request any special needs or vegetarian options when redeeming your voucher. There are no other specific restrictions.
This experience is not weather dependent as it takes place indoors.
The Medieval Banquet Extravaganza experience will last up to four hours.
This voucher is for one person. Additional guest vouchers may be purchased as the venue holds up to 420 people.
Spectators unfortunately are unable to join you, but due to the number of participants this venue allows, we should be able to book in additional guests!
There is no specific dress code, but feel free to get into the spirit of the evening by wearing fancy dress, this is of course optional.
The Medieval Banquet Extravaganza is not available on Mondays and Tuesdays. This voucher is not valid during Valentines weekend, Christmas and New Years Eve. You should book your required date at least two weeks in advance.
South East London
Medieval Banquet Extravaganza for one in London: Reviews
So much fun
I would definitely recommend dressing up, it made the whole night even more of an experience and i felt amazing in my dress! Have already booked in for my next visit as i have my eye on a fantastic costume, Excited already!
what an absaloutely crazy yet fantastic night! the people that worked there played such good characters and most of them were completely mental haha, really made my night i was so impressed. We ate so much food and drunk alot of wine it most definitely was a banquet fit for a king!
Medieval Banquet Extravaganza for one in London: Review