Faulty Towers Dining Experience

Blimey, what a bizarre experience this is. Basically it’s a wonderful three course meal, served by and interrupted by the members of 1970s sit-com Fawlty Towers. Now, it’s a bit of a copyright minefield, hence the different spelling of the main characters’ name, however this is as close as you’re ever going to get, to having dinner surrounded by Basil, Sybil and Manuel.

So which one is for you? Well here is the one everybody is buying at the moment:

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A nice price for a wonderfully bizarre experience

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These experiences are part 3 course dinner and part theatrical production. It’s no surprise then that they are based in central London. But what better way to enjoy a night out in the Capital?

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More about the Faulty Towers experience
This interactive theatre experience is a brilliant tribute to the famous ‘70s comedy show. The characters, played by award-winning impersonators, will serve you dinner while performing a part-improvised theatrical experience around your tables as you eat.

There’s plenty of interaction between diners and the cast, and as a fan of the classic Torquay hotel, you’re sure to get caught up in the familiar helpless fury from Basil and befuddlement of Manuel. Just don’t mention the war!

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