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THE globe-trotting show that’s now in its 15th birthday year, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience, opens here as part of the inaugural FNB Variété Festival.
The interactive two-hour show takes place at The Villa at the Cape Sun Hotel from October 6 to 20.
Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is a site-specific, “total immersion” piece of interactive comedy theatre performed in a restau- rant. It has toured Australia and Asia since 1997, and in 2008 debuted in Europe to critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Six cast teams now tour the world non-stop. The cast for FNB Variété Festival Cape Town 2012 features Rob Langston as Basil, Andy Foreman as Manuel, and Karen Hamilton as Sybil.
In this tribute to the legendary Fawlty Towers show, some of the best gags are featured along with a three-course meal – and the fun starts as the audience waits to be seated. Hurtling along for the next two hours, the audience takes the role of diners, while Sybil, Basil and Manuel aspire to be their warring waiters.
Improvised by experts and totally interactive, only a third of the show is scripted, so the production stays fresh at each performance.
After Cape Town, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience will open at a permanent venue on the West End in London. The show is ideal for corporates, clubs, groups of friends or just couples looking for a great night out.
l Tickets for the two-hour show and three-course meal are R350. Call Computicket at 0861 915 8000.