The cast of Antics Theatre are in rehearsal for another production of a Fawlty Towers episode.

Fawlty crew is back up to their old Antics

How can doors disappear and walls replace them? Only Mr. O’Reilly and his workers can explain it

Antics Theatre is back with another Fawlty Towers’ episode – this time it’s The Builders.

How can doors disappear and walls replace them? Only Mr. O’Reilly and his workers can explain it. O’Reilly is played by none other than Antics Theatre’s resident Irishman, Paul Mason, joined by his able crew Kevin McHady and Lee Pollack. Sybil and Basil are leaving the hotel for a golf weekend. Marg Branscombe and Dan Russell pair up as the Fawltys. Manuel (Tim Myerscough) appoints himself the boss of the hotel while Basil and Sybil are away. Don Young, as Major Gowen, is his delightful self not really knowing what’s going on anywhere. Allison Camp has a special delivery for 16 Elwood Place. Fawlty favorite, Deirdre Hartwell falls asleep and causes a problem.

Antics Dinner Theatre’s Fawlty Towers – The Builders will be performed at the Willow point Hall Nov. 7-10. Tickets will be on sale Oct. 5 at the Flower Shop in Willow Point. Tickets are $38 (hst included). When your ticket is purchased your seat is reserved.

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