Faulty Towers the Dining Experience

Theatre

West End

Charing Cross Hotel

Until Sun Sep 28

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  • Transport:

    Tube: Charing Cross; Rail: Charing Cross

  • Map

    1. Charing Cross Hotel
      • The Strand
        WC2N 5HX
      • 51.50836,-0.124778
  • Categories:

    Theatre. Comedy. West End

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  • Date Time Price information
  • Sat Jul 26
    13:30
    £43.50-£54, £39-£42 concs. Runs 2hrs

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Mrs. Glenda Powell

I should like to come to the F.T Dining experience on Sunday 30th June at 6pm as a surprise for my husband's 66th birthday. Have you got availability please and what will be the cost for two over 60 year olds (my husband and myself?) a husband and wife in their 40s; and two daughters of eleven years old? My mobile number is 07711981614? Please remember this is a surprise!! Many thanks. Glenda Powell

geoff walker

visited london to see our daughter ,while we were there booked 4 tickets for a tuesday night show A fantastic show from start to finish. We were on a table with other diners from abroad but it made for a great night as they did not know what to expect .The players were superb the sketches very funny. Have booked to see them at The Hostess Restaurant when they come to Mansfield in Oct . Geoff

Scott

Food = Average Experience = Incredible It really is an outstanding, immersive, hilarious show. Best night out in London right now.

Anon

Really loved all the actors but the food was really cheap (like the real fawlty towers I guess). Leek and potato soup followed by a small chicken breast with mash that required a knife and fork. Pudding was a floppy mousse cake masquerading as a cheesecake. But would Basil have had the front to charge £30.00 for a bottle of sulphate rich Nobilo Sauvignon blanc (you can get six bottles at Tesco for the same price, that's a ridiculous mark-up). Christmas table decor would have been a really nice touch too..

Chimney Ben

Utterly brilliant. The service is appalling, the staff rude and incompetent as you would expect. The food is basic but fine (drinks are extortionate) and is really incidental to the show, which is superbly acted; it's difficult to tell the cast from the originals. After the show, had a chat with 'Basil' who said it's about 60% improvised on the night, which keeps things fresh. It worked well and we were of course delighted to see some goose-stepping and anti-German ranting, a loose rat and Manuel being beaten up. Absolutely hilarious and a top night out (unless you're German)!