Medieval Banquet

About

The medieval banquet with traditional feasting and continuous entertainment. Entertainers include Henry VIII and his knights, magicians, wenches and other historical figures. Four-course medieval banquet with unlimited wine and beer. Open seven nights a week at 1945. Children welcome.

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Prices and Opening Times
Adult Ticket: From £50.00 (USD72.70) per ticket
Child Ticket: From £30.00 (USD43.62) per ticket

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Opening Times:

Days of Operation: Wednesday - Sunday

Wednesday to Saturday 7:15 pm (Doors open for 7:45pm show)

Sunday: 5:15pm (Doors open for 6:00pm show)

Venue Information:

Ivory House, St Katharine's Dock, London E1 

Nearest Train Station London Bridge

Nearest Underground Tower Hill

Venue Details & Map

Medieval Banquet

Address
Ivory House
St Katharine's Dock
E1W 1BP
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7480 5353
Public transport:
Tube: Tower Hill Train: Fenchurch Street

Facilities

Event Facilities
Breakout Rooms
Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 14 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Medieval Banquet

4.0 out of 5 12 April 2016
by Sue K.

Ok so if you are a visiting tourist with a young family to keep entertained for a few hours in the evening reasonably priced including some not so bad food this is place for you.

Went to visit the Tower of London just next door to get us in the mood.

The food was adequate and piping hot and the highlight was the apple pie and cream served at the end.

The staff/entertainment were wonderful...more

5.0 out of 5 6 March 2016
by Jessica H.

I'm a sucker for anything that involves playing dress up and being in an atmosphere where you can let your hair down and the Medieval Banquet allows you to do just that.

I've been here on two occasions - both times to celebrate birthdays - and neither time disappointed.

Think Tudors meets the circus peppered with some Glee. As you're being served your typical medieval four-course meal...more

4.0 out of 5 22 April 2015
by Anthony C.

This a very touristic event on a normal day so i would normally recommend to avoid it but they hold special nights over Christmas, Halloween etc. which i find is the best time to go if you want to have a great time!

The Medieval Banquet is theatrical dinner experience which last a bit over 3 hours and of course you can stay afterwords and dance with the rest of the group until the crowd dies...more

3.0 out of 5 28 February 2015
by Jeni F.

What a work do! I have to give it a low-ish review on behalf of the little girl on the table next to us who was moved to tears by the night itself, but it was such a ludicrous night it deserves 5* for a memorable work Christmas dinner!

I know this is something aimed at tourists rather than your average Londoner, but I would actually recommend you only go if you want to laugh your head off...more

3.0 out of 5 5 June 2014
by Josy A.

We had a fantastic night here (it is amaaazing for theatre/performances) but the food was pretty rubbish, and not even very medieval...so I guess it should average out at about three stars.

The good bits:

- So much drink! We didn't make the most of the all-you-can drink as we were all tipsy before we arrived...but the wine, ale and cheap bubbles flowed freely.

- The singing, dancing and...more

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