Packed week at the Fisher

THE Seagull Rep takes Basil and Sybil Fawlty and their hilarious antics to the Fisher Theatre, Bungay, this evening as they present three of the funniest episodes of the BBC-TV classic comedy series, Fawlty Towers.

THE Seagull Rep takes Basil and Sybil Fawlty and their hilarious antics to the Fisher Theatre, Bungay, this evening as they present three of the funniest episodes of the BBC-TV classic comedy series, Fawlty Towers.

Trickster Lord Melbury takes advantage of Basil's snobbery in A Touch of Class; the ferocious Mrs Richards goes toe to toe with Basil in Communication Problems; and the fun is rounded off with The Germans.

The performance is at 7.30pm, and tickets are �9 (�8 concessions).

Nick Murray Brown is seen here as Basil and Rik Warren as Manuel.


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On Thursday, The Outlaws, a six-piece band from County Monaghan in Ireland, will be making a rare appearance in this part of the world, playing country and Irish tunes. The band blends traditional styles, including bluegrass, old time, Cajun, Irish, Tex-mex and honky tonk into a fresh contemporary country sound. Tickets are �12.50; start time 7.30pm.

Next Friday, all the suspense and suspicion of a Murder Mystery Dinner is being staged at the theatre (7.30pm). A three-course meal is included in the cost of �12.50.

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Fisher box office: 01986 897130, or visit www.fishertheatre.org

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