The list below will hopefully address some of your Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about dinner theatre tickets.
Can I reserve a specific seat at the table? You can reserve seats at specific tables, however the individual seats on the tables are on a first come first served basis.
What if I have my back to the stage? You are allowed to turn your chair around to face the stage and be comfortable for the performance.
Is my table guaranteed? Yes, however sometimes, when ticket sales allow, we will remove tables and reallocate your ticket to a nearby location. This allows us to provide more space for all patrons.
What time is dinner served? Doors open at 6.00pm when patrons are welcome to have any pre-dinner snacks and beverages they may have brought. Dinner is served around 6.30pm. The show will start after dinner is finished. This is around 7.00pm depending on the size of the audience.
What is served? A generous selection of hot meats (e.g. Lamb and chicken) on platters, with and vegetables (e.g. potatoes, carrots, peas). These are brought to the tables to be shared between everyone at that table.
Will people be eating during the performance? Our aim is always to clear all plates, platters, etc. so people can focus on the show and the fabulous performers.
What if I have special dietary requirements? Please note this during the booking and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
Can I bring alcohol to the show? You may bring snacks and beverages to the afternoon and evening shows. A reminder to drink responsibly.
Will wine glasses be available? Glass tumblers will be available during the matinee performance. Wine glasses will also be available during the evening performance. Can I bring a large cooler (like an Esky)? We ask that all drinks and snacks be brought in a compact cooler bag that can be stored under your seat or table.
What if I have a wheelchair or mobility aid? We ask that you mention this in your booking. If able, we recommend moving to a standard seat and we will store the chair or aid in a safe place in the auditorium (space permitting).