Medieval Banquet: Let History Repeat Itself

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Medieval Banquet, London. Ivory House, St. Katharine's DockStep back in history as you enter the atmospheric Olde Englande setting at the famous Medieval Banquet. Re-live Henry VIII's era as you sit back and relax by flickering torchlight in the vaulted cellars of Ivory House, St. Katharine's Dock.

Let your imagination run wild as you are invited to watch fighting knights and strolling players singing medieval ballads. Enjoy the gastronomic delight of a traditional succulent English four-course meal, served by the finest wenches in the land - while taking advantage of the unlimited wine and beer included in the price.

During your meal enjoy the entertainment as the main Royal Court show begins. Feel the excitement as your host, Henry VIII, welcomes you and introduces a cast of colourful characters from England's past. From dancing wenches to court jesters and magicians to the incredible strongman, the amazing array of entertainers provides a breathtaking and magical display.

Lose yourself in the evening's celebrations. Whether you choose to dance with the Wenches, sing along, join in the medieval revelry or sit back and enjoy the show, it is sure to be a fun-filled night for everyone.

The venue is perfect for celebrations of all kinds - young or old, for lunch or an evening meal. Regularly hosting business events and private parties, or offering tailor-made entertainment to suit your individual needs, the Medieval Banquet is the perfect choice time after time.

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Medieval Banquet, London. Ivory House, St. Katharine's Dock Medieval Banquet, London. Ivory House, St. Katharine's Dock

Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 2011-05-09 23:48.

The Medieval Banquet team made my 35th Birthday an amazing experience!!! The music, show, waiters was just perfect!!! The food was perfect and the team even had a special cake to celebrate my birthday for me!! What I also liked about the whole experience was that you could join them for certain activities but was never under pressure to do anything! Great experience!

Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 2010-03-03 16:52.

I had such a good time, am going again for St Patricks day on 17th March. Sounds like there will be a ceili band as well which should add to the festivities

Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 2009-11-14 17:43.

It's loud and terrible - the food is, at best, bland and tasteless. The service is non-existent. A giant pisstake for 50 quid.

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 2009-10-09 10:43.

I am going to this for halloween sounds amazing- they've got loads of funky medieval costumes and free beer and wine- sounds too good to be true! has anyone been????

Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 2009-10-21 16:22.

Its a really great evening. You will thoroughly enjoy it. I had such a good time I can't wait to go again. Bier and wine isn't free as such, you pay for that in the price of the ticket, which I think is v. reasonably priced for what you get for it. Ciao.