Queen Mary offers a Night To Remember with Aiden Sinclair

On Saturday, April 13, the Queen Mary Hotel will offer Aiden Sinclair's A Night to Remember, inspired by the ill-fated maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic in April of 1912. The formal event (which takes its name from the title of Walter Lord's non-fiction book about the sinking of the Titanic) will include a gourmet meal based on the ship's menu, highlighted with tales of the passengers who endured the tragedy. Illusionist Sinclair will then preside over a seance using artifacts from the Titanic.

Tickets start at $300. VIP Tickets start at $400.

Get more details from the press release below:

Transport through time back to a cold night in April 1912, become a passenger of that ill-fated voyage and experience an evening that you will never forget. The Queen Mary presents Aiden Sinclair's A Night to Remember, a black tie evening in honor of the RMS Titanic on Saturday, April 13, 2019.

Enjoy a seven-course gourmet meal, inspired by the final first class dinner served aboard, view artifacts from the ship and hear the bone-chilling tales of the passengers who both lived and died on that cold April night.

The seven-course inspired dinner menu offers tray passed Canapes a L'Amiral and Oyster A La Russe to begin, a Consommé Olga for the first course, followed by Poached Salmon with Mousseline and Filet Mignons Lili complete with Foie Gras, Artichokes, Black Truffles, Demi-Glace and Potato Anna as the main entree. A Punch Romaine will clear the palate, followed by the Remove, Roasted Squab with Wilted Cress and Champagne-Saffron Asparagus Salad. For the dessert finale, Waldorf Pudding with peaches in Chartreuse Jelly and Chocolate Painted Eclairs filled with delectable French Vanilla Cream. After dinner, indulge in a haunting evening of paranormal illusions featuring artifacts from the Titanic at Aiden Sinclair's Titanic Seance: A Night to Remember.

"Beyond the great disaster of the Titanic, a number of strange and rumored supernatural events took place leading up to the sinking" shared Master Magician and Apparitionist, Aiden Sinclair.  "The performance portion of A Night to Remember will use artifacts from the tragic event to bring the audience a direct encounter with the ghosts and spirits of Titanic."

Tickets to Aiden Sinclair's A Night to Remember aboard the Queen Mary are currently on-sale starting at $300 general admission seating. VIP tickets start at $400 and include an exclusive cocktail hour with complimentary champagne 30 minutes before doors open, a private reception with our resident ship's officers and Aiden Sinclair himself, a souvenir photo, Whiskey Flights, a complimentary cigar and two-etched wine glasses. All tickets include a seven-course gourmet meal, inspired by the final first class dinner served aboard the Titanic and an evening of paranormal illusions featuring artifacts from the Titanic. Upgrades will be available on-site including souvenir photographs, and Whisky Flights & Cigar Rolling. Discounted hotel room rates will be available for all guests who attend A Night to Remember. To purchase tickets and for more information on pricing, events, and hotel packages visit queenmary.com.

Read our review of Aiden Sinclair's Illusions of the Passed: A Theatrical Seance.


Steve Biodrowski, Administrator

A graduate of USC film school, Steve Biodrowski has worked as a film critic, journalist, and editor at Movieline, Premiere, Le Cinephage, The Dark Side., Cinefantastique magazine, Fandom.com, and Cinescape Online. He is currently Managing Editor of Cinefantastique Online and owner-operator of Hollywood Gothique.

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