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Officially the world’s longest-running and most successful tribute to the BBC’s famous sitcom, this Australian original has made its international mark as an ‘unforgettable night out’ (The West Australian). Selling out at shows all over the world—including Sydney Opera House and London’s West End—it’s now returning to Castlereagh Boutique Hotel in May 2021. But be warned: tickets will sell out here too, so early booking is essential!
Basil, Manuel and Sybil are in town—and they’re bringing a healthy dose of mayhem to your door. Fully immersive, highly interactive and completely original, this is the top-flight show where anything can happen and usually does—and with 70% of the show improvised, it’s never the same twice. With two hours of comedy, three courses of food, and five-star reviews, expect chaos, laughs, and a brilliant night out.
Now performed in around 20 countries a year by 11 teams of actors, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience was born in Brisbane in 1997. Its 2021 schedule includes a wealth of highlights such as Fringe Festivals in Adelaide & Melbourne; tours across entire continents like Europe, Scandinavia, Asia and Australia; and an ongoing residency in London’s West End. With over 24 years of continuous critical and audience acclaim and over a million seats sold around the world, it’s clear that this is the most successful interactive comedy show of its kind.
Venue: Cellos Grand Dining Room, Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
Times: Doors Open 7pm, Show Starts 7.30pm
Tickets: $110.00 per person (includes booking fee)
All tickets include a 3-course meal and 2-hour interactive show.
Bookings & Enquiries: 1300 308 193 | [email protected]
Show info & FAQ: www.faultytowersdining.com
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Masks will be compulsory on public transport and in all public indoor venues and for front-of-house hospitality staff (except in a hospitality venue when eating or drinking);
Drinking while standing up at indoor venues will not be allowed;
Singing by audiences at indoor shows will not be allowed;
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