Bawdy banquet Dirty Dicks stage show performers entertain audiences.Photo Contributed
Bawdy banquet Dirty Dicks stage show performers entertain audiences.Photo Contributed Contributed

Medieval reality theatre by Dirty Dicks

SELF-acclaimed as 'reality theatre' at its best and 'Game of Thrones with a twist', there is plenty to love about The Dirty Dicks.

Whether it comes to inspiring rib-cracking laughs or putting on a delightful dinner, Dirty Dicks Theatre Restaurant is in a league of its own.

Over 45 years, the Dirty Dicks Restaurant was founded in Perth and has since performed its famous medieval acts for audiences across Australasia.

Whether this is your first Dirty Dicks Theatre experience or you have been to a few, no performance is ever the same.

Their shows change regularly and are all centred around notable, although sometimes infamous, historical characters; from King Arthur, featuring Camelot Castle and Knights of the Round Table as you've never seen before, to Robin Hood.

Other characters you may enoclunter are King Henry VII, yes the one with six wives, Dick Turpin, who held up stagecoaches with his pistol, Lord Nelson - one eye, one arm and one burning ambition to defeat Napoleon - or even The Court Jester (you should see him juggling his balls)

There is also a chance you may cross paths with Queen Elizabeth I, the Virgin Queen, plus many more crazy kings, courtly queens, jolly jesters, dashing knights, lusty wenches and merry minstrels.

The Theatre Restaurant was judged by the Restaurant and Catering Association of NSW as the winner of the prestigious Best Entertainment Award this year.

Dirty Dicks was also the only theatre restaurant to pick up the Gold Plate Award for food excellence.

It is clear Dirty Dicks has no trouble picking up accolades.

Guests enjoy a three-course meal, courtesy of the costumed 'wenches' and 'lads' while you enjoy some cracking portrayals throughout history.

Food includes a fresh crusty bread roll, homemade vegetable soup, a serve of roast beef or tender breast chicken followed by a plum pudding with succulent sauce.

Tickets for this laugh-inducing dining and comedy experience, held Sunday, December 11, cost $52 per person.

Tickets can be purchased at the Casino RSM Club or by calling 6662 1666. Show from 7pm.



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