An authentic Titanic Dining experience in an Olympic House
In a grand house in Sheffield, England a Titanic event like no other before open to the public will be held.
Following a hugely successful event for family and friends in 2012 Mark & Ann Bolger will once again recreate the last dinner on the Titanic and serve it in their magnificent home in a room lined with the beautiful and magnificent panels of the A La Carte Restaurant of the Titanic's nearly identical sistership, RMS Olympic which was broken up for scrap in the 1930s. The house's hall is lined with corridor panelling from the Olympic. These beautiful and magnificent panels were created between 1911 and 1913 by the same craftsmen at the Belfast shipyard of Harland & Wolff who would have created the Titanic's near identical materials. A dinner party in honour of Captain Smith was held by prominent First Class passengers the Widener family on 14 April 1912 in the Restaurant.
The menu for the evening will follow the 12 course feast served in the First Class Dining Saloon which will give guests a valuable insight into how first class passengers on the Titanic would have dined and will come complete with champagne, brandy and cigars.
Entertainment will also be provided in the form of music and an introductory talk from a Titanic and Olympic historian.