Tickets are officially on sale for Faulty Towers The Dining Experience and The Wedding Reception at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe! We’re expecting another sell-out year, so don’t miss out: book your tickets now!!!
The Wedding Reception: 4-28 August
Armed with 5* reviews from around the world, The Wedding Reception returns to Edinburgh with a host of newly devised script developments and some new cast too. It’s also being hosted by a venue new to the Fringe, the 4* George Hotel in George Street (v119)… of course, The George is no stranger to wedding receptions, but none of them have ever been like this!
This 2½-hour comedy is immersive, highly improvised, and as interactive as you want it to be. In true wedding reception style, it even includes a sit-down meal – with cake! So join the party. It’s a rollercoaster ride full of fun, frolics… and more than a few surprises.
***** ‘Nothing less than genius… Definitely a show to have and to hold, from this day forward.’ Fringe Guru, Brighton Fringe 2016
‘Brilliant interactive theatre. Highly entertaining… highly recommended’ FringeReview, Edinburgh Fringe 2015
***** ‘When you return to see a show for a second time, you take a chance as to whether it will be as good as the first time, well, with The Wedding Reception the answer is a categorical no, it’s not as good as the first time – it’s even better… a superb evening!’ The Sussex Newspaper, Brighton Fringe 2016
Faulty Towers The Dining Experience: 4-29 August
The Fringe legends are back! Yes, Basil, Sybil and Manuel are preparing to teach Fringe visitors a thing or two about fine dining… by serving a 3-course meal twice a day in true Faulty style at B’est Restaurant (v243). In time-honoured tradition, the show starts as guests wait to be seated then hurtles along for two hours of highly improvised ‘charm, comedy and culinary chaos’ (The Reviews Hub, Edinburgh Fringe 2015). And with only a third of the show scripted, each show is unique – so expect the unexpected!
***** ‘This has to be one of the picks of the Fringe… worth every penny (and insult).’ Rip It Up, Adelaide Fringe 2016
***** ‘Great frolicy fun for all ages.’ Stage Whispers, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2016
***** ‘Rollercoaster entertainment’ Broadway Baby, Edinburgh Fringe 2015