An immersive ‘Titanic’ themed dining experience is coming to Melbourne

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An immersive ‘Titanic’ themed dining experience is coming to Melbourne

Relive the romance and adventure of the 1997 blockbuster minus the ... ya know, the whole colliding with an iceberg thing.

“They called Titanic the ship of dreams, and she was. She really was!”

Lovers of James Cameron’s 1997 blockbuster are in for a treat with a new experience arriving in Melbourne.

Setting sail from November 11 from Docklands, the Titanic Theatrical Dining Experience is a dining experience with a buffet dinner, a drink and a performance that will pull at your heartstrings. Come dressed in your best and enjoy an interactive, fully immersive theatrical experience of dancing and music with their talented crew and a sumptuous roving buffet dinner.

The key takeaways

  • Inspired by the 1997 hit movie Titanic, the Titanic Theatrical Dining Experience is coming to Melbourne
  • Tickets include a roving buffet, drinks and a heart-wrenching performance by their talented crew
  • It sets sail out of Docklands from November 11

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Inspired by the 1997 hit movie Titanic, you can wander the decks as two worlds collide, recline with a cocktail, dance like there’s no tomorrow in the wildness of third-class, sip champagne in the finery of first class and waltz with the Captain as you sail into the new world.

With Captain Edward John Smith himself reportedly saying “even God himself couldn’t sink this ship,” what could possibly go wrong?

You’ve seen the movie – now all aboard the ship of dreams. “Never let go” of your chance to enjoy the maiden voyage of a lifetime and relive the romance and adventure in this immersive voyage inspired by the 1997 blockbuster Titanic.

Released in 1997, Titanic follows the romance between aristocratic 17-year-old Rose and Jack Dawson. Starring a young Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, it grossed two billion dollars at the box office and has cemented itself in film and cultural history. Since making the movie, director James Cameron has made 33 dives to the Titanic’s wreckage site.

All aboard the ship that will not sink – grab your tickets to this immersive experience by heading here