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Theatre

Fawlty Towers – The Play is the best museum piece you’ll ever see

18 May 2024

9:00 AM

18 May 2024

9:00 AM

Fawlty Towers – The Play

Apollo Theatre, until 28 September

Machinal

Old Vic, until 1 June

Fawlty Towers at the Apollo may be the best museum piece you’ll ever see. A full-length play has been carved out of three episodes: ‘The Hotel Inspectors’, ‘The Germans’, and ‘Communication Problems’ in which the deaf guest, Mrs Richards, made a nuisance of herself by refusing to switch on her hearing aid in case the batteries ran out.

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