Horror, dinner, comedy
Had a great Halloween and still want more?
Welcome to Gruseldinner – our eerily comic horror plays with a culinary interlude
Ever dreamed of meeting Dracula in his tomb? Or being a guest, when Dr. Frankenstein brings his creature to life? Want to follow in the footsteps of Jack the Ripper? Meanwhile enjoying an exquisite 4-course menu?
A beautiful, ghoulish theater experience in 5 acts with a 4-course menu.
The Gruseldinner events are performed and narrated in German language.
Experience an unforgettable evening full of excitement and humor
Don't be scared: our horror dinners are also recommended for the fainthearted, as all shows are primarily comedies - eerily funny to be precise.
At this dinner theater the audience becomes part of the plot. Individual guests are even allowed to play small roles. Of course, this is not mandatory: those who do not want to actively participate, are welcome to quietly - and safely - enjoy the show from the back seat.
Between the acts of the play the kitchen of the house serves a four-course meal.
Now's the time for the guests to exchange their views on the events that took place.
A memorable evening that spans approximately three and a half to four hours.
Welcome to the laboratory of Dr. Frankenstein! The brilliant scientist personally invites you to attend its biggest experiment: the creation of a homunculus.
The show "Dracula" is on. As soon as the guests have taken their seats, the boundaries between illusion and reality begin to blur. Watch your necks!
Jack the Ripper
London, 1888. Thick mist wafts through the dark streets of the East End. Suddenly, a shrill scream breaks the silence! A knife flashed! A dark figure disappears into the night. Jack the Ripper has struck again ...
Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
Dr. Henry Jekyll invites for a festive evening in his London mansion. In the circle of good friends he wants to announce his engagement to Lisa St. James. Without notice, a dark shadow is cast over the cheerful get-together ...
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