An evening of music and theatre paired with food awaits you! This year on St. Patrick’s Day, join Merridale Ciderworks for a Prohibition Dinner Theatre complete with 1920s jazz music, good food and good drink!
Prohibition may have made Vancouver Island “dry” but that’s not the case at Merridale! Let’s just say the staff believes in hosting speakeasies and creating a little moonshine to keep Islanders happy. Like all good speakeasies, you will need the secret password in order to gain entrance to this night filled with entertainment. Once you’re greeted by the sultry Dame of Merridale at the farmhouse, you will find the room alive with jazz music.
Start the night by grabbing a cocktail and some appetizers from the 20’s before finding your seat for the first performance on the deck. You will be moving between set stages in the orchard, distillery, and farmhouse listening to music and watching short vignettes. The story of Merridale’s contribution to the end of prohibition will conclude with live music and theatre, as it all started with the apple of course!
Your evening comes complete with a long table style dinner. Remember, if you “speak easy” to the bartender, we’re sure the cocktails will flow. You are highly encouraged to come in costume – the people at Merridale certainly will be!
Visit the official website to buy your tickets or find out more information. Seating for this dinner is limited, so book your seats early!
Event Name: Prohibition Dinner Theatre at Merridale
Date: Saturday, March 17, 2018
Time: 6pm to 9pm
Location: Merridale Ciderworks, 1230 Merridale Road, Cobble Hill
Contact: Merridale Ciderworks
Official website: https://www.merridale.ca/events/prohibition-dinner-theatre-merridale