Transport through time back to a cold night in April 1912, become a passenger of that ill-fated voyage and experience an evening that you will never forget. The Queen Mary presents Aiden Sinclair’s A Night to Remember, a black tie evening in honor of the RMS Titanic on Saturday, April 13, 2019.

Enjoy a seven-course gourmet meal, inspired by the final first class dinner served aboard, view artifacts from the ship and hear the bone-chilling tales of the passengers who both lived and died on that cold April night. After dinner, indulge in a haunting evening of paranormal illusions featuring artifacts from the Titanic at Aiden Sinclair’s Titanic Seance: A Night to Remember.

“Beyond the great disaster of the Titanic, a number of strange and rumored supernatural events took place leading up to the sinking,” says Sinclair.  “The performance portion of A Night to Remember will use artifacts from the tragic event to bring the audience a direct encounter with the ghosts and spirits of Titanic.”

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Tickets are currently on sale starting at $300 general admission seating. VIP tickets start at $400 and include an exclusive cocktail hour with complimentary champagne 30 minutes before doors open, a private reception with our resident ship’s officers and Aiden Sinclair himself, a souvenir photo, whiskey flights, a complimentary cigar, and two-etched wine glasses. All tickets include the seven-course gourmet meal and viewing of paranormal illusions featuring artifacts from the Titanic. Upgrades will be available on-site including souvenir photographs, and whisky flights & cigar rolling. Discounted hotel room rates will be available for all attendees. To purchase tickets and for more information on pricing, events, and hotel packages visit queenmary.com.

About the Author: Remy Cashman

From humble beginnings as a bisexual art kid who drank more coffee than a 40-year-old author, Remy now holds a BFA in Film Production from Chapman University and is a proud member of the HorrorBuzz team (and still a bisexual art kid who drinks too much coffee). They were first introduced to the world of horror and camp when their grandma showed them The Rocky Horror Picture Show at age 5, and never looked back. When they're not writing cartoons or working on movies, one can spot them in various clubs around Los Angeles performing very, very self-deprecating standup comedy. Howdy ho!
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