7th April - 31st May 2020
Tuesday - Sunday
Show starts at: 7.30pm
General Admission: £40 - £55
Prices include booking fees
Bar open until late after performance on Fridays and Saturdays
Ticket includes a feast fit for an assassin
All dietary requirements will be catered for as part of the feast
You are the friends, family and foes of Jimmy Bon
Dress as befits a funeral of Britain's most top bloke
Suitable for Ages 18+
This show contains strong language, violence and martinis
For access tickets, please call 0207 401 9603
Late comers shall not be admitted after 7.30pm
Entrance to Live and Let Dine is via our Leake Street entrance
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Live and Let Dine
A recipe for disaster.
MI6’s most invincible, alluring and enigmatic agent Jimmy Bon has been MIA for 6 months, lost in service to Queen and country; presumed dead. To be fair, he lasted longer than most. Now it's time for a new oo7 to take on Britain’s most deadly role, and if you think it's that easy, you clearly haven’t been watching the news...
From the creators of 5 star Game of Thrones spoof murder mystery Dinner is Coming, The Vaults brings you a brand new, espionage-fuelled immersive dining experience, Live and Let Dine.
Join us in MI6’s secret underground bunker for a feast to mourn our lost agent, and celebrate our newly appointed oo7, Jen der Paygap. Special guests include Treasury overlord Iona Mafoof and renowned nuclear physicist Naomi Nzno.
Keep your wits about you, this is no ordinary funeral. A good agent knows that no matter how many martinis deep they are, they are never safe.
Tonight, you may just have to put down your fork and do your duty. Assuming, that is, you’re on the right side.
Executive Producer - The Vaults
Food designed and prepared by Chavdar Todorov, Steven Estevez
and their team.
Written by: Ami Stidolph, George Calderwood & Sam Carrack
Director: Sam Carrack
Producer: Ami Stidolph
Assistant producer: Kate Tregear
Dramaturg: George Calderwood
Design: Thomas Kirk Shannon
Stage Manager: Kate Tregear
Technical Design: Tom Barker
Drink: Mimi Petley
Composer: James Ringer-Beck
Photography: Jason Yeoman
Proudly part of:
“The denouement, with all fed and merry, is exciting and a twisty-turny homage to Game of Thrones. A fun and exhilarating evening.”
"Dinner Is Coming is probably the best immersive dining experience I’ve had the pleasure of trying."
“It’s a delightful, zany celebration of all things Thrones, successfully pricking at the show’s more pompous elements, while honouring the twists and turns that made us fall in love with it in the first place.”
"It is a real delight to see a production that really knows what its audience expects from immersive dining."
"The atmosphere ... is rowdier than a wildling camp. I can’t remember the last time I laughed so much."
"There’s so much to do, see and experience in this sumptuous production that I cannot recommend it highly enough. I had a hoot from arrival to leaving. The food was good, the show better. Dinner Is Coming is an absolute blast."