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An Immersive Bridgerton Ball Is Opening Next Year

An Immersive Bridgerton Ball Is Opening Next Year

The exciting event is set to take place early next year...

Aneira Davies

Aneira Davies

It's the news Netflix fans have been waiting for - not only are we eagerly awaiting season two of the gripping Regency drama, BUT now there's also set to be an immersive Bridgerton experience for fans.

Yup, not kidding!

This exciting news was tweeted by Netflix themselves, who wrote: "Bridgerton will come to life in 2022 when The Queen's Ball: A Bridgerton Experience debuts in select cities.

"The immersive show will transport fans to Regency-era London where they can try to win the Queen's favour and be named the season's Diamond!"


The Bridgerton Experience is set to open next year and, though it's only going to be in a select few US cities for now, we're seriously hoping it'll come to the UK soon.

Fans of the show will get the opportunity to "mingle with other members of the Ton, and partake in an evening of music and dance featuring acrobatic performances, interactive experiences, a stunning dance show, delicious cocktails, and much more", so says the show's official website.

The series follows Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) as she falls for Duke Simon Bassett (Regé-Jean Page) (

The immersive show will be set in the year 1813, and guests will be greeted by Queen Charlotte, who'll guide them into the ball room.

And that's not all. This interactive experience will also be accompanied by the iconic Bridgerton soundtrack, performed by a string quartet, and there'll be a live ball dance too! Sign us up!

The 90-minute immersive show will be on from March 2022 and tickets start at $49. Find out more info here.

But UK fans need not miss out, as there's also set to be a separate Bridgerton experience here too, run by Secret Cinema.

This immersive show is set around a society ball and due to take place in the autumn at a mysterious 'undisclosed location'.

Meanwhile, the second season of Bridgerton is likely to drop at the beginning of next year, while it's already been confirmed there's to be a season three and four of the show too.

The first season of the historical drama is available to stream on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

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