Sink your teeth in Fawlty Towers’ Gourmet Night

Antics Theatre presents Fawlty Towers’ “Gourmet Night” Nov. 16-19.  This is one of the most challenging of the 12 episodes of Fawlty Towers written by John Cleese and Connie Booth.

Anne Young, Director of Antics Theatre has a very talented crew who have designed and built Basil’s Austin car.  This car is an important part of Gourmet Night.  You have to see it to believe it.  Laughter is the key ingredient.  The cast is anxious to perform their roles at the wonderful old Willow Point hall. There are great seats still available for Wednesday, Nov. 16 and Thursday, Nov. 17.  The evening’s caterers are The Riptide.  All of this a hilarious Gourmet Night and a delicious meal for $42. Tickets are on sale at the Campbell River Florist in Willow Point.

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