Friday, 2 October 2015

Fawlty Towers - The Final Check-in

From 14th to the 19th of September there was a performance of Fawlty Towers (The Final Check-in) at the Chrysalis Theatre in Camphill Milton Keynes. This was brought to us by the Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy.
There were three performances and they were -
“The Wedding Party”: Basil gets annoyed when a young, flirtatious couple start “hanky-pankying” under his nose and tries to avoid the advances of a wealthy French antique dealer.
“The Psychiatrist”: A psychiatrist and his wife (also a doctor) come to the hotel for a weekend break, and cannot help but notice the eccentricities of their host, who is perturbed when he discovers their professions.
“The Kipper and the Corpse”: With no regard to Basil’s blood pressure, a guest dies at the hotel and Basil and the staff are left with the unpleasant task of removing the body discreetly while the doctor staying at the hotel, Dr. Price, waits for his sausages…
Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy was formed in 2003. Its aim is to put on comedy productions, of the highest possible standard. In recent years MTOC has specialised in producing stage adaptations of well-known and popular TV comedies.
Alex Fox

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