A Fawlty favourite brought back to the Willow Point Hall

Is the time on a speaking clock the same as your time on your watch?

Antics Dinner Theatre is in rehearsal for their upcoming production of Fawlty Towers The Psychiatrist.

Is the time on a speaking clock the same as your time on your watch?  If the speaking clock is cut off does it mean it hasn’t paid its bill?  Why has Mr. Johnson got a rhino’s tooth and an ancient Egyptian fertility symbol around his neck?

Basil figures they might come in handy.  Are there three Doctor Abbotts in the hotel?  Why does Sybil’s mother have morbid fears?  To find out more you will have to mark your calendars for Nov. 18-21 to see what’s going on with Sybil and Basil at Fawlty Towers.

The cast of Fawlty Towers are all familiar actors to our audience. Basil Fawlty played by Dan Russell with his wife Sybil Fawlty played by Marg Branscombe.  Polly, Deirdre Hartwell, Manuel, Paul Mason the Doctor Abbotts are played by Lee Pollack and Lynne Godfrey, Raylene is Allison Enns.  Mr. Johnson, Kevin McHady and his girlfriend Marjorie Greaves.  Mrs. Tibbs is played by Angela O’Keeffe and the delightful Major Gowen is Don Young.  His wife makes him do it!

Anne Young is looking forward to directing this hilarious Fawlty favourite. Another exciting thing to look forward to is to perform in the newly renovated Willow Point Hall.

Tickets will be on sale at the Campbell River Florist in Willow Point starting November 7, 2015.  When you purchase your ticket your seat is reserved.

If you would like to be on Antics Email list email Anne Young at youngda@shaw.ca

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