UXBRIDGE: The hit BBC comedy, written by John Cleese and Connie Booth is back with more laughs at the Uxbridge Music Hall on Nov. 12 to 14 (three nights only!). Enjoy the bumbling's and misconstrued dilemmas found happening at the hotel that is: Fawlty Towers.
The 2015 performances mark 16 years of Fawlty Towers beginning on stage, for the first time. The show has been performed to sold-out audiences every time it has come to the Uxbridge Music Hall.
"Nearly every episode of the 12 produced on TV have been put on the stage at the Music Hall." states director Joel van Veghel, "We've only three episodes to go to finish the series and this year we're doing two of them: The Wedding Party and The Psychiatrist."
The show has an excellent line-up of great talent including: Michael Wood as Basil as well as Dorothy Partridge as Sybil, Lisha Van Nieuwenhove (Polly) and Francois Bessay (Manual) make these characters memorable and will remind you why Fawlty Towers is known to be one of the best, most remembered and funniest British Comedies ever written. Special guests at the hotel include such notable actors as: Roger Varley, Ruth Smith, Mary Delaney, Mark and Nancy Melcher, Emily Wood, Vannetta Tustian, Jay Da Costa, Kris Harris, Christine Williamson, Gary Lang and Dustin Wood.
It took John Cleese and Connie Booth an average of three months to write each episode. Some of the sections of the episodes were written from their personal experiences during Monty Python filming when they stayed at a hotel similar to that of Fawlty Towers where the owner, whom John Cleese describes as "the rudest man I've ever come across in my life", is just as obnoxious as Basil appears to be in each episode.
From compromising positions, with some of the guests and staff, to Basil's maniacal behavior, Fawlty Towers is sure to leave you laughing and wanting more.
Only three performances: Thursday, Nov. 12, Friday Nov. 13, and Saturday November 14 at 8 p.m. at the Uxbridge Music Hall. Tickets are available at: www.starticketing.com and at SugarFX and Little Acorn in downtown Uxbridge.