Those looking for a new dining experience in the Orlando area can check out Cirque Magique and Cirque by Night. These two shows, put on by the same group that runs the Pirates Dinner Adventure, offer an interactive circus-style performance with a meal included.
While each show offers different acts, the sign in process is the same. Guests begin to enter one hour before showtime. They are encouraged to take a welcome-in photo, where they may have the chance to meet some of the cast. From here, guests are lead to their table where they can choose their meal options and order drinks from the bar.
Join Chuckles, Giggles and Snickers inside The Cirque Theater for fun, laughter and excitement in a big top-style circus show. Guests will watch the Magnificent Maks, Benji, Ana Jack and her puppies, the Entertainers, Chuckles, Snickers, and Giggles in a comedic ensemble – all orchestrated together by the singing Ringmaster.
Each performer comes out numerous times in the show to strut their stuff. They will each also have a stand-alone act that usually involves guest interaction. The Magnificent Maks, for example, performs a funny and interactive stunt with spinning plates, offering a volunteer the opportunity to help everything not fall to pieces.
Guests will also see three trained puppies perform stunts with Ana Jack, extreme flexibility acts by Benji, and a multitude of interactive skits by the trio of clowns.
For the meal, guests ages 11 and up can choose between a grilled chicken sandwich, a black angus cheeseburger, a veggie burger, or a pasta plate. There’s also the option to upgrade to a salmon plate for $8. Guests ages 10 and under can choose between the same options in child-size portions, with the added option of chicken nuggets and mac & cheese.
Cirque by Night
Join Felix, Ash, and Gertie inside the Cirque Theater in a big top-style circus show, designed for an older audience (13 and older). Guests will get to witness aerial acts, feats of strength and agility, and a highly-talented hula hoop performance.
Guests can also expect singing performances, numerous dance numbers, and magical acts.
For dinner, guests can choose between a roasted chicken meal, pork loin with shrimp, a vegetarian pasta plate, or a gluten-free pasta option. There’s also the option to upgrade to a salmon plate for $8.
This week marks the grand re-opening of these two shows, with continual shows happening weekly on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Cirque Magique is open to guests of all ages, with prices at $53.95 for ages 11 and up, and $31.95 for guests ages 3-10. Guests under 3 are given free admission. Cirque by Night is open to guests 13 and up, with a price of $63.95 a person.
Since the Cirque Theater is celebrating its grand re-opening, they are offering a limited time 30-percent off discount at the link, bringing the adult price of Cirque Magique down to $37.76 and Cirque by Night down to $44.76.