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Basil is back, Australia! The World Premiere Tour of Fawlty Towers Live on stage arrives at the Playhouse, QPAC on 28 December for 4 weeks only!
Fawlty Towers Live is based on the BBC TV series written by John Cleese and Connie Booth. It is adapted for the stage by John Cleese, with direction by Caroline J. Ranger and set design by Liz Ascroft.
Manic, snobbish, condescending and rude, Basil Fawlty is without doubt one of the funniest, most iconic and memorable British comedy characters ever written. This original adaptation will bring all your beloved characters to life onstage in an unmissable evening of hilarity!
Playing the role of Basil is the extraordinary Stephen Hall, who leads an all new Australian cast including, Blazey Best (Sybil), Aimee Horne (Polly) and Syd Brisbane (Manuel). The World Premiere Tour of Fawlty Towers Live on stage is now touring Australia, so come and check in!
And, whatever you do…Don’t mention the war!
Connecting safely at QPAC
In line with Queensland Health advice QPAC is operating at 100% capacityi. For contact tracing purposes, patron contact details must be provided as part our booking process. These details can be updated via your QPAC account or by calling QTIX (136 246). For further information on how we are committed to being COVID Safe see our safety measures.
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Presented by Michael Coppel and Phil McIntyre in association with Louise Withers
^A-Reserve only. Available for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday performances from 10 to 19 January 2017.
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