Phoney Towers: The Stage Show (12+)
That’s Entertainment Productions has made the decision to cancel all performances this week.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, Phoney Fools and Horses: The Stage Show, has been replaced with Phoney Towers: The Stage Show.
The statement below from That’s Entertainment Productions explains the situation:
“Following a recent court judgement against worldwide Only Fools & Horses Tribute Shows, we are devastated that we are prevented from bringing our popular show to you this season. Whilst this judgment awaits appeal, we are thrilled that we can offer you our alternative and well-loved production of `Phoney Towers`. As a tribute to Fawlty Towers, this will feature the same talented cast in a whole range of hilarious characters.”
Phoney Towers: The Stage Show
Starring the award-winning Comedy Impressionist and Britain’s Got Talent star, Drew Cameron.
Based around the classic TV show everybody loves, this tribute show, performed in the style and variety of Fawlty Towers, offers an ingenious homage. With side-splitting moments, rollicking resemblance and fun audience interaction, its bursting with riotous escapades from all your favourite characters in new adventures and mishaps, and some unexpected surprise guests! Fasten your laughter seatbelts for a frenzied comedy show to captivate and delight audiences young and old!
“Amazing performance, so funny I haven’t laughed so much in a long time. highly recommended definitely will be seeing you all again.” Becky Walton
“An absolutely amazing night, such a good laugh and friendly atmosphere. would 100% recommend it, we will definitely be back one they are back.” Lorraine Boat Wright
“Fantastic night at Viva Theatre, Soham ribs hurt from laughing guys were brilliant excellent show!” Francis Harradine
“Our show is inspired by the classic BBC comedy Fawlty Towers. Please note, that the content of our show is entirely original, and no use is made of the scripts or other materials from the TV programmes. We are not linked to or authorised in any way by the BBC or others involved in the TV programmes”.
Running Time: 2 hours