Dinner and a show by the Antics Dinner Theatre

Why is Sybil buying a great big wheel for Basil to run around in?

Antics Dinner Theatre will be at it again next week, this time performing “Gourmet Night,” an episode from the TV series Fawlty Towers.

Why is Sybil buying a great big wheel for Basil to run around in? Is Basil able to get his car fixed so he can feed his guests in his hotel? Are Kurt and Manuel in charge of the kitchen for Gourmet Night? Why is Polly handing out wine to everyone?

Anne Young is looking forward to directing this great group of talented individuals in a very funny episode of Fawlty Towers.

The Antics will be performing at the Willow Point Hall from Nov. 16 to 19. Tickets are available at Campbell River Florist for $42 including tax.

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

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