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Confetti and Chaos – Imagination Workshop, Edinburgh

Interactive Theatre International's Confetti and Chaos is back at its spiritual home, smack bang in the middle of the madness of the Edinburgh Festival. The world's worst wedding reception still has the ability to surprise and delight and it's all down to the pin-sharp script and the enviable comedy acting and improvisation skills of its talented cast. The whole idea ...

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Faulty Towers: the Dining Experience – Be’st Restaurant, Edinburgh

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Reviewer: Erin Elston Eating at Faulty Towers is most people’s idea of a nightmare. Huddled in the alleyway next to the Be’st Restaurant, trying to escape the flight path of disgruntled pigeons, the assembled audience, ranging from die-hard fans to youngsters who weren't born at the height of the show's success, begin to wonder whether a grave mistake has been ...

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The Wedding Reception – George Hotel, Edinburgh

Writer&Director: Alison Pollard-Mansergh Reviewer: Erin Elston What better way to celebrate a day of nuptial bliss than a wedding reception hosted right in the heart of the Edinburgh Fringe? Will and Kate think their big day is over, but Kate’s parents have other plans. Interactive Theatre International cleverly bring those moments which are so ‘normal’ in family weddings, and make ...

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The Wedding Reception – B’est, Edinburgh

Creator/Director: Alison Pollard-Mansergh Reviewer: John Roberts As if things in the main room of B'est restaurant on Drummond Street wasn't manic enough, it now appears that a last minute wedding party is happening in the back room too.. And if you thought the chaos caused by Basil and Manuel were madcap, wait till you meet Kate and William and their ...

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Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience – The SUITES, Birmingham REP

Reviewer: Selwyn Knight [rating:4] Fawlty Towers, written by John Cleese and Connie Booth, famously ran on BBC for twelve episodes between 1975 and 1979. Named best TV series of all time in 2000 by the British Film Institute in the list BFI TV 100, it is still fondly remembered by many for its distinctive characters: Basil, tense, rude and never ...

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Fawlty Towers: The Dining Experience, Thistle Hotel, Brighton

Theatre Company: Interactive Theatre International [rating: 5] Being a big fan of the TV series I approached the evening with a slight concern that the cast would have a difficult task ahead of them in trying to recreate the success of the original show. My concerns were soon dispelled by a faultless cast who whisked us off into the manic ...

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