Qormi, Malta (PressExposure) June 08, 2013 -- The Chamber Of Mysteries Dinner Show, today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide. Only the top-performing 10 percent of businesses listed on TripAdvisor receive this prestigious award.
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"The Chamber Of Mysteries is pleased to receive a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence," said Lourdes Camilleri Palmer, PR Manager at The Chamber Of Mysteries. "We strive to offer our customers a memorable experience, and this accolade is evidence that our hard work is translating into positive reviews on TripAdvisor."
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About The Chamber Of Mysteries Dinner Show Malta
The Chamber of Mysteries dinner show is set in a secret theater that was designed specifically for the show at Razzett L-Antik in Qormi and is packed with mind-boggling close up magic, mind reading stunts, dangerous feats, floating objects and amazing illusions. Labelled as "Malta's Most Amazing Night Out", it is the longest running and only mystery and magic show on the island of Malta, making it unique. It includes a lot of audience participation, spiced up with a pinch of humour so a night of entertaining fun is guaranteed. The hosts of the show, Brian Role' and Lola Palmer, take guests on a journey into the unknown, which display strange feats that defy explanation. The audience are thus suspended between the fine line of reality and illusion through an amazing presentation, expertly executed, ensuring a fantastic night out for all, an experience they will never forget.
Language is not much of a barrier since most parts of the show is produced as a visual presentation accompanied by great music. Other parts of the show focuses on mind reading, predictions and physiological mental ability. The show, which is aimed for an adult audience however it is also suitable for children, is available on Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights. Those opting to go on a Wednesday Night are in for a great treat as they have the opportunity to experience two nights out in one! A typical Maltese Night with an extended traditional cooked Maltese buffet meal and live entertainment during the meal, usually consisting of a duo musician and/or folk dancers, real traditional Maltese Feast Decorations and banners and of course the Chamber Of Mysteries show in the secret theatre! Those coming on a Monday night will also benefit from an inviting service and the menu consists of a three course menu with main course served as a buffet in pots on your table. The wine is flowing on all evenings making this a truly typical Maltese night out!
The highlight of the evening is the actual show itself which is held after dinner in the secret magical and mysterious chamber where smoke and light effects are utilised during the show.
Mr Brian Role' is a member of Ring 202, the International Brotherhood of Magicians and the Magic Circle of London and has won several awards including first prize in Ring 202's Parlour Magic Competition in 2004. Lola Palmer (Lourdes Camilleri Palmer), who is trained and has worked as a professional dancer for several years, also produced and choreographed several shows in Malta as well as abroad. She has been accompanying Brian on a regular basis during their local and international shows for over 12 years.
The farmhouse in which the show is held was built as a milling factory by the Knights of the Order of St John and has been restored into one of Malta's top restaurants specializing in typical Maltese cuisine. Razzett L-Antik is fully accessible, equipped with a lift and wide doorways. For more information please visit the website http://www.chamberofmysteries.com.