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Faulty Towers the Dining Experience

London, United Kingdom
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Owner description: Touring over 20 countries in 2013 and with a permanent London West End residency too, this critically acclaimed show has been... more » Owner description: Touring over 20 countries in 2013 and with a permanent London West End residency too, this critically acclaimed show has been winning five-star reviews and standing ovations since 1997. It’s ‘a two-hour eat, drink and laugh sensation’ (Daily Telegraph). The fun starts as the audience wait to be seated and then hurtles along as they become diners in that infamous hotel. Meanwhile, Basil, Sybil and Manuel aspire to be their warring waiters, serving a 3-course meal with a good dollop of mayhem. This is fully immersive, highly... Read More
Owner description: Touring over 20 countries in 2013 and with a permanent London West End residency too, this critically acclaimed show has been... more » Owner description: Touring over 20 countries in 2013 and with a permanent London West End residency too, this critically acclaimed show has been winning five-star reviews and standing ovations since 1997. It’s ‘a two-hour eat, drink and laugh sensation’ (Daily Telegraph). The fun starts as the audience wait to be seated and then hurtles along as they become diners in that infamous hotel. Meanwhile, Basil, Sybil and Manuel aspire to be their warring waiters, serving a 3-course meal with a good dollop of mayhem. This is fully immersive, highly improvised, site-specific comedy theatre at its best – and because only a third of show is scripted, performances are always fresh. Expect all the best gags and ‘a rip-roaringly hilarious night out’ (This Is London). Just don't mention the war! - ‘utterly delicious entertainment’ (Edinburgh Evening News, Edinburgh Fringe) - ‘the best comedy show I have ever been to’ (Sunday Express, Edinburgh Fringe) - ‘faultless’ (What’s on Stage, Brighton Fringe) - ‘amazing talents!’ (Australian Stage, Melbourne International Comedy Festival) - ‘There’s a reason this show constantly gets rave reviews. It’s brilliant!’ (Adelaide Now headline, Adelaide Fringe 2013) « less
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