Escape to the heart of Kildare this New Year’s Eve for a party with a difference!
Be welcomed with a glass of bubbly on arrival as you step into the Fawlty Towers Dining Experience. Enjoy the best of Basil, Sybill and Manuel as they serve you a superb 4 course dinner with plenty of laughs and hilarity on the side. Then party the night away with a DJ til late to ring in 2014.
Having played to over 100 sell out shows in Ireland during 2009 and 2010, Basil, Sybil and Manuel return to serve you dinner and a feast of comic delights.
Some familiar scenes, some off the cuff but all with a "Faulty" seasoning and a guarantee to keep you laughing all the way to the dessert.
Basil is manic, Sybil domineering, and Manuel – of course – is hopelessly language-challenged. Everything that can go wrong, does in some beautifully controlled chaos. Just don’t mention the war!
Faulty Towers, the dining experience has been winning fans and accolades at Edinburgh, Melbourne and Adelaide Festivals for the last three years. Featuring all the best gags and a great meal, Faulty Towers: the dining experience is a loosely-scripted, pitch-perfect ’13th episode’ of the TV series which develops the characters made famous by John Cleese, Prunella Scales and Andrew Sachs.
Tickets just €55 available from reception by phoning 059 8640666.
Overnight package available from €119pps including your ticket to the show, dinner and luxury B&B.
My hubby and I had a hotel break at Clanard Court Hotel a few years ago and it was lovely. Nice room, lovely dinner (the best risotto I have ever had in Ireland) and very easy to get to in Kildar. Its in the town of Athy which is a nice town, with interesting history and ancestral tours, shopping, nice pubs, cafes etc and close to Kildare Village if you like a bit of shopping.
Nice for a family break or to get away without the kiddies for a day or two.
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