THE world’s worst hotelier brought the house down again last weekend.
Fawlty Towers 2, featuring more zany antics from the manic Basil, wife Sybil, staff and guests was a complete sell-out and it was the Holme Valley group Turn Again Theatre’s fourth big success in a row.
The hugely popular Fawlty show follows acclaimed productions of Bouncers and Shakers, Pride and Prejudice and The King’s New Clothes.
Director Beryl Dunnill and Neil Stacey (Basil Fawlty) are pictured with Holmfirth Turn Again Theatre’s display board at Holmfirth Civic Hall at the weekend.
And now Daren Wild is aiming for a nap hand of winners with his Turn Again Theatre production of the landmark 1960s bitter-sweet comedy A Day In the Death of Joe Egg which runs from Wednesday October 5 to Saturday October 8 inclusive.
Beryl said: “I was a founder member of this group in 1987 and I feel it is now stronger than ever. We have more talented actors. It just shows the value of family orientation.”