An award-winning interactive dinner show featured at the WonderWorks attraction on International Drive, The Outta Control Dinner Show is a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience the whole family can enjoy. Guests can enjoy non-stop comedy and audience participation while dining on unlimited pizza, salad, popcorn, beer, wine, soda and dessert. Nightly shows are performed at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
The best show in Orlando what more can I say........ My 3 boys were laughing from start to finish (a big ask as there 8,10 and 15) the magic was crazy,simply amazing. The whole room was buzzing with excitement and just when you think it can't get any better it does! Food was unlimited pizza,salad, salty popcorn and the drinks were non stop flowing. Grab yourself some glow sticks and get down to the best dinner show in Orlando!
We got tickets for this show with a Groupon for $16 per person. For that price, we got unlimited soft drinks, beer or wine, popcorn, salad, pizza (half cheese, half pepperoni) and pound cake with a drizzle of strawberry and a dab of whipped cream on top. The food was decent and there seemed to be plenty of it. My husband and kids really enjoyed the show (ages 16, 14 and 12). There were card tricks and a lot of puns in his routine, which represented the magic and the comedy. There was good audience interaction, and the folks across the table were repeat visitors. I, personally, felt stressed out by the noise level up front (very loud!) and desperately wished I had brought a set of ear plugs to tone it down a bit. I found the performer's extreme hyperactivity a bit overwhelming at times, but I am sensitive to loud noise and chaos, so don't go by my reaction. Others seemed unaffected by it. Of note, he apparently noticed my lack of engagement early in the show, so kept calling on me for the rest of the night, which my family got a big kick out of. So, overall, the people who went seemed to enjoy the show, and for the price we paid, I felt we got our money's worth. I don't think I would go back again, though- once was enough.
Like one of the other reviewers we got free tickets for this dinner show thinking should we bother or not ,however we were very glad we did on entry to the show area our table was provided with salad and popcorn and the waiters took our drink orders (wine beer coke water) then the pizzas started being served to the tables there was plenty for everyone throughout the show our glasses constantly topped up by the great and friendly serving staff the show itself a mixture of magic and comedy was very entertaining with audience participation .if I had paid the $30 ish entrance fee I would have thought it good value and would recommend to all.
We got tickets to this show via Orlandoattracions.com when we bought our Universal tickets, and initially were not going to bother thinking if its free it would be rubbish. Actually, it was a good fun few hours, not only is there unlimted beer, wine, soft drinks, popcorn and pizza (ok, not the healthiest options, but a great treat for the kids for one night and the pizza was pretty good and was hot and fresh), but the comedian/magician Tony Brent is actually really good! Yes, you can tell he has done the show 100 times before, but none the less he carries it well, includes a lot of the audience, and keeps the energy throughout the show. Surprisingly there is no "up selling" either, only asking to make sure we tip the waiters and watiresses a couple of times. I thought they'd be trying to sell tickets to Wonderworks (it's in the same upside down building), or other attractions, but they really didn't. Would I pay for tickets? Actually yes, it was a fun evening, and also fairly short, we went to the 6pm showing and were out by 8pm so had the rest of the evening to enjoy and were already full of food and drinks!
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Do I need to purchase a ticket if my child is 0-3 years old?
No, your child 0-3 is free. They will have their own place at the table. However, you will want to add a note in the "Have Special Needs" in the lower left corner of your ticket order form screen so the theatre can allow room for a highchair.