My suggestion is, for anyone wanting to go to Royal Dumpe, put your mind in the gutter if you want to laugh. If you're still having trouble, check out. Shows are only on Fridays and Saturdays. No matter the month, day, year, you will see the exact same show every time you go - except for Christmas. Not everyone will enjoy the humor, the food, the atmosphere but it is worth seeing at least once.
Afterward, I walked out to the real world on The Landing wondering what the fuck just happened. The food was good, the acting was fun, and the night was what I expected. She enjoyed it, but my date and I were extremely underwhelmed. The potatoe soup was edible. Our wench got very nasty because we did not have cash!!!!! When we did find a spot, it was about a mile away. If you're looking for a unique outing with some friends who would be good sports, I'd check it out! Also you have to pay in cash.
If you're still having trouble, check out. First, it took an hour to park. I was running late due to getting stuck late at work. Join us for a contagious evening of spontaneous fun for parties of all kinds. And because of the credit cards it took her forever to redo our bill. You reserve it by credit card however once there, if your entire party pays with cash, you get money off.
We'll bring more new friends back. Royal Dumpe Dinner Theatre is working in Creative arts, Bars, pubs and taverns, Concert halls and theaters, Restaurants activities. Not a totally bad deal however the prices will get you once you pay for drinks, which are not included in the price of the meal and theatre show. We were charged for both of my sons. The jokes became more and more vulgar as the show progressed, with no hint of real acting, plot development, or talent.
Shows are only on Fridays and Saturdays. Refresh this Yelp page and try your search again. If you plan on visiting please bring cash or you might feel the wenches wrath!!!!!!. Having never been, and only hearing bits and pieces about it, I was curious what it was all about. The entertainment was mediocre at best. We did recognize that the bartender became the jester, but he pulled off both roles. Show - Songs out of tune, microphone problems, actors who seemed miserable.
Nothing fancy but it does fill you up. Chances are you've passed it, but never really knew what it was. My husband and I accompanied his sister to the Royal Dumpe for an event with her work. The chicken was small and in a cheap bland sause, and you got a small baked potato, with only butter as a topping. The wench wouldn't exchange my undercooked chicken, and apparently the whole batch of soup was scorched, which stunk up the place. It is located on Laclede's Landing, next to the Big Bang.
If it does, follow its instructions to enable Location Services for Safari. Luckily I had fantastic friends with me who are able to have fun anywhere, so I actually did have fun, but not because of the show. Royal Dumpe Dinner Theatre is located in St. Children under 2 were free. The food was bland and tasteless.
Will not go back, will not recommend. Interesting experience, but don't think it was worth the money. Very rude, I don't care if you have been there for 15 yrs. You obviously need a vacation. They said they change it up a bit then but otherwise it is the same.
If you're still having trouble, check out. Whether you are celebrating a birthday or anniversary, or a Corporate event you can have it with King Henry and his merry troupe. A poor man's Medieval Times. Also, you have to pay for everyone you make reservations for even if they don't show. You can also search near a city, place, or address instead. You can also search near a city, place, or address instead. You reserve it by credit card however once there, if your entire party pays with cash, you get money off.