Be a Pirate for a Day and See Orlando Dinner Shows
by Guest Writer
Want to see how the pirates do it? Take part in Orlando dinner shows that are pirate-themed all the way down to the costumes and the ship setting. Although Capone's Dinner & Show does not have any pirates, other Orlando dinner shows do and can be quite enjoyable. Pirates Dinner Adventure can provide guests with a thrilling interactive dinner show that even children can enjoy.
The adventure begins with overwhelming the senses, from the great sights and sounds that will greet the guest upon entry. An appetizer buffet will be served courtesy by the princess Anita. As the princess’ honourable guest, the audience will be able to interact with the entertaining cast such as the snake handlers and the acrobats. The celebration is then disrupted by a group of pirates that storm the banquet. The princess and the guests are held captive and led into one of the six pirate ships. The ship will have its own captain and guests would be cheering for their ships in a series of competitions.
The attention of the pirate Orlando dinner shows’ audience will also be drawn to the replica of an 18th century galleon towering at 46 feet long and anchored in the middle of a lagoon. Dinner is served with a choice of three menus, as well as Princess Anita’s apple pie dessert and unlimited drinks during the show. The entertainment continues as the cast performs a musical show on a pirate galleon complete with swordplay and breathtaking stunts. 150 guests will be asked to join the show, putting on costumes and acting out roles.
Pirate Orlando dinner shows have different storylines that include a Christmas special that can keep friends and family entertained all year round. After the main show, guests are invited for the Buccaneer Bash, a pirate after-party where pirates can mingle with the guests and dance the night away. This will also provide the guests an opportunity to meet the cast and get their autographs. Visit the museum and gift shops too. They provide both interesting facts about life at sea and the world famous pirates.
Common guidelines about the pirate Orlando dinner shows are as follows:
- Casual dress code.
- The venue is wheelchair accessible. Contact their reservation officer to let them know if such requirements are needed.
- Let the staff know of any food allergies
- Guests are advised to arrive 90 minutes before the show starts to secure a better sitting and also to enjoy the pre-show.
Orlando dinner shows are evolving to suit the entertainment needs of their guest. Audiences can be assured that their entertainment and enjoyment will be the top priority of each show.
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