Fawlty Towers – The Play

Fawlty Mayhem comes to London

Fawlty Towers - The Play London Theatre BreaksIf you don’t want your hotel experience to be like the Major’s, book your hotel through theatre breaks when you come to see Fawlty Towers the Play at  London’s Apollo Theatre.

Fawlty Towers - The Play London Theatre Breaks

Nearly 50 years since it first hit our TV screens, the ‘greatest British sitcom of all time’ (Radio Times) is now a brand-new stage play, adapted by comedy legend John Cleese and directed by Caroline Jay Ranger.

Starring Adam Jackson-Smith as the inimitable Basil, Anna-Jane Casey as the iconic Sybil, and Paul Nicholas as the bumbling Major, this 18-strong cast take on the iconic characters at Torquay’s most chaotic hotel – Fawlty Towers!

Featuring your favourite scenes from the sitcom’s unforgettable twelve episodes, this really is the stage comedy event of the year!

Fawlty Towers and Better Hotels!

Obviously for your Fawlty Towers Theatre Break you don’t want your hotel to resemble the infamous Torquay hotel where  the Major or Miss Tibbs and Miss Gatsby stayed, so maybe it would be a good idea to choose your London hotel from the top of our popularity list: those with the very best reviews from previous guests!

Fawlty Towers - The Play London Theatre Breaks

After you have selected the date you want to come to London, click the Popularity button at the top of the hotel page – you will make sure that you get the very best service on your Fawlty Towers  Theatre Break.

Fawlty Towers Performance Information

Theatre: Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7EZ

  • Current Booking Period: 04 May to 28 September 2024
  • Performances: Tuesday- Saturday 19.30, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday 14.30
  • Running Time: 1hr 50mins including an interval
  • Access Performances: Audio Described Performance – 29 May evening, BSL Performance – 10 July evening, Captioned Performance – 10 August matinee

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Simon Harding has grown up in and around London's Theatreland and has been working here ever since he left school: promoting its shows to anyone who will listen!

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