2/8 Pirates Adventure Dinner Show

It was nearly an embarassment of riches this past weekend, being invited to do the Universal VIP Tour with Orlando Fun Tickets AND then being invited to also participate in the Pirates Adventure Dinner Show .

I had gotten slightly trying to find the dinner show (I'm bad with directions!).   The Pirates Dinner show is actually down Carrier Drive, just off of International.   I was hoping to get there early to take photos, but I got there just in time to meet everyone.  

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There is a giant boat outside, it's hard to miss!

 

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The lobby area:

 

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There was a little bit of a show going on in the room after the lobby – we were taken back to a quieter VIP room, and I didn't see much of what was going on.    I did try taking photos of a Pirate figure and was told I couldn't (there is a section reserved for only their photographers – it sounded like the photographers were contract, but not sure).

 

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A bar area in the main room (before getting let into the show): 

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VIP Lounge:

 

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Everything is pretty dark – including the VIP area and dinner show room, so trying to get good pictures (sans flash or tripod) was a bit more challenging.

 

When Eric told me that we were getting the VIP upgrade, I was a little concerned that I wasn't going to see everything as other guests saw it.    But I don't feel that way.   We could leave the VIP lounge if we chose to, and we weren't seated completely up front, nor was our meals different.  So I felt better about that!  I'm not sure if I'd recommend the VIP upgrade (currently a $25.00 plus tax option per person), unless you want to meet cast members.  However, that was really fun!

 

We were soon ushered into the show area:

 

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Steve took this one photo:

 

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I had one glass of wine, in a small plastic cup :):

 

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As I'd mentioned, there was no flash photography allowed – so I took a lot of photos hoping to get a handful of clear ones!   If there was a storyline, I didn't follow it.    My favorite part of the show was the acrobatics parts.  We were told by the show director that  many of the actors had been from Universal and other area theme parks and attractions.

 

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There are a variety of packages you can upgrade to – and a couple of them include having your birthday/engagement, etc. mentioned from the stage.

 

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