FAULTY TOWERS THE DINING EXPERIENCE
Over one million tickets sold worldwide!
After sell out tours of the UK, Norway, USA, Ireland, The Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, The United Arab Emirates,
Canada and Australia - Interactive Theatre International’s highly acclaimed
‘Faulty Towers the Dining Experience’ will be touring Scandinavia again!
The public can now experience what it’s like to be greeted and served dinner by Basil, Sybil and Manuel,
the characters made famous by the worldwide hit TV series, ‘Fawlty Towers’.
The public can look forward to an evening full of fun and laughs with all the humour of the characters we all loved so much!
You can be sure there’ll be lots of mad happenings as the three of them create chaos in the dining room!
The performance takes place around the dinner table where guests are served a three-course dinner as part of the experience.
Welcome to a crazy, fun-packed, mad evening where almost anything can happen!
Several teams of professional actors touring worldwide play Basil, Manuel and Sybil.
The performance will be in English.
Please note that the guests do not need to perform!
***** ‘ A two-hour eat, drink and laugh sensation’
- Daily Telegraph
***** ‘ A once in a lifetime dining experience’
- British Theatre Guide
***** ‘ This is top end entertainment, a triple espresso of physicality that will knock you for six.
Deliciously entertaining from start to finish. This is not to be missed.’
- What’s On, London
***** the best show at the Festival… ingenious… the best comedy show I have ever been to’
- Sunday Express, UK
‘This is belly-achingly funny and something truly unique. We can’t recommend this experience enough.’
- London Date Guide
‘Det har muligens vært ledd mer på kortere tid av et Gaffel & Karaffel-publikum på et tidligere show, men jeg tviler på det. Noensinne.
For «Faulty Towers, the dining experience» er noe for seg selv.’
- Rogalands Avis
‘Etter latterkulene some trillet i over to timer er det tydelig at Arendals innbyggere likte konseptet og er klare for mer.’
- Arendals Tidende