Ok so firstly, you need a lot of money for this one! It cost me over £100 for Littleun and myself so can add up if you have a family. A tip though is talk friendly with the sales chap at the show who will upgrade you to better seats if you ask nicely for the same price as the cheaper seats.
You go into a saloon style waiting area where there is a bar and people putting on acts, music, dance and stunts to keep you amused and get you going before you then head upstairs to the arena for the main show.
We got front row seats at the end on side of the arena which allowed us to have a fabulous view of the whole event. You are split into teams to support the different people in the show and are very much encouraged to take part in audience participation activities. The children are treated brilliantly and anyone who has disabilities are also helped very well (I have hearing aids and my loop adaptor had run out of batteries, they managed to get me more without charge).
The show itself is brilliant with lots of stunt acts, horse, buffalo, music and lighting. If I counted the amount of times Littleun said wow and got a pound for each I’d have been able to pay to see the show twice! Won’t tell you more about it as it would spoil the surprise.
The food is a set menu served “cowboy style” in tins and baskets. You get chicken and corn, chilli con carne and sausage, potato wedges and bread. Drinks are topped up and desert was apple pie with icecream. It is served speedily but not so fast that you feel rushed. They have obviously got it down to a fine art and although it is simple fare it tastes good, fills the belly and fits with the show atmosphere.
Worth going to imo, not cheap but find the time and money to do it as I’ve yet to find anyone say it wasn’t good.
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