Is That Paul Robeson singing O’l man River as we approach the “Creole Queen”!. We walk towards the Quayside while the Boat is moored treading carefully amongst the Packing Cases and the Cotton Bales.
The Captain is there to greet us as we climb aboard. It’s a cold night so a Hot Toddy is the order of the day.
Inside there is a Sumptuous Meal waiting to be served. Whilst we’re waiting the Creole Jazz Band is belting out some real Hot Dixieland Jazz.
After the meal the Can Can Dancers go through their routine. Then it’s time for the Casino to open. Roulette, Blackjack, Craps, with money provided it’s only for fun and only the biggest winners get a token of appreciation.
The gentle whirr of the engines can be heard as the Boat moves down the river a faint outline can be glimpsed through the Port Hole Windows.
The Boat turns back, Fortunes have been Lost and Won. The Disco rounds off the evening as we head back to port.
- Jazz Band
- Casino with tables
- Can Can Dancers
- Card Sharps
- Showboat interior decor and Backdrop