There's two true loves of my life: Disney and food. I just can't get enough of them, and the only difference is that one leaves me feeling all nostalgic, and the other makes me feel like a greedy pig. I'm sure you can guess which is which.
There's a new Disney-inspired dining experience in town to bring all those dreams to life, and, even better, it's Beauty And The Beast themed.
YAY! Are you sold yet?
It's cleverly been named Beauty And The Feast and is an immersive experience, meaning that you'll journey with Belle through a theatrical performance and be waited on hand and foot in a feast fit for a beast.
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The spectacular event won't have a fairy tale ending though, as instead you'll be swinging from the chandeliers in an epic ball. The enchanting evening will descend into chaos with musical entertainment, a fairy hostess (hilariously named Fairy Liquid), three full courses and table dancing.
An ad for the night reads: "Your Godmother, Fairy Liquid, has invited you to attend the Beast's palace to help break the spell. Fairy Liquid is tired of regal dancing, mute dinners and the same old conversations; she needs you to help get the party started.
"This re-telling sees you follow in the footsteps of Belle, arriving at the Beast's grey palace where the serving staff, desperate to satisfy, transport you into this modern fairytale. You're invited through to dinner, where the Beast, and the Feast, awaits."
Of course, no event wouldn't be complete without a few sophisticated bevs in hand, and there will be french-inspired cocktails on offer too.
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It continues: "As the booze flows and dinner goes, you are more and more integral to the breaking of this romantic curse. Except, you should expect, this is not a fairytale task.
"Forget sipping on soup, abandon regal dances and leave your manners at the door.
"Come as a beauty, leave as a beast."
Beauty And The Feast is being described as an 'adult homage to panto', and will take place in the magical Waterloo Vaults, London.
Tickets are a little bit on the expenny side, starting at £45, but there's no doubt it'll be worth it. The event runs between the 6th of October 2017 to the 14th of January 2018 with the show kicking off at 7.30pm.
Now I've got you feeling all nostalgic for Belle, Chip, Mrs Potts and the rest of the crew, here's a clip from the remake of the tale as old as time...
"Try the grey stuff, it's delicious! Don't believe me? Ask the dishes!"
Featured Image Credit: Disney/Design My Night/Beauty And The Feast