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ABOUT THE FAWLTY TOWERS DINNER DANCE . . . .

 With SOLD OUT show after SOLD OUT show around the country, The Fawlty Towers Dinner Dance is here to engage you with an interactive dinner service of comic mishaps, mayhem & mischief as Basil, Sybil & Manuel (the language lacking waiter)  go about creating an unforgettable interactive dining experience for their guests.  Fawlty style of course!

If anything can go wrong then rest assured it probably will!  Enjoy fabulous cuisine as Basil, Sybil & Manuel go about the task of looking after and waiting upon their guests. 

The show is
scripted as well as improvised and is performed  around the tables and amongst the audience whilst they dine. Referencing many of the original show highlights, our sensational actors involve the audience in a madcap 2 hours of comedy, music and mayhem!

Enjoy your experience even further as Manuel entices you to the dance floor with the fabulous sounds of 
The Baby Boomers Duo presenting classic hits from the 50s, 60s 70s & 80s.  

 

 

 Its not our Fawlty if you dont have a sensational night out!t!

 

    THE RUNDOWN . . . .

    * Guests are greeted at the door by Sybil who tries hard all night to keep order and just a little bit of  sophistication to the event.

       * You are fussed over by Sybil and ordered about by Basil as he tries to run a profitable restaurant.

     * Everything goes wrong that possibly can, as the language challenged waiter Manuel mucks up all the orders as he attempts to get his act together.

     * The night is capped off with the sensational Baby Boomers Duo performing 
50s,60s,70s & 80's  classic hits with the Fawlty team encouraging guests to the dance floor
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     And ..... you enjoy one of the funniest, wacky nights you have ever experienced !

"Hilarious show, so funny with fast paced and good old fashioned humour! 
                   We sat with our table of  friends who all had a blast the whole night."
and even got u

'Australia's most highly acclaimed tribute to Fawlty Towers'