Qué! “A satisfied customer. We should have him stuffed”! Seaton Tramway offers an evening of “Fawlty Towers”.

Qué! “A satisfied customer. We should have him stuffed”!  Seaton Tramway offers an evening of “Fawlty Towers”.

Qué! “A satisfied customer. We should have him stuffed”! Seaton Tramway offers an evening of “Fawlty Towers”.

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IN association with Moonstone Theatre Company, Seaton Tramway, the unique heritage tramway and tourist attraction, presents a unique and interactive comedy, dining experience and an opportunity to meet Basil, Sybil, Polly and Manuel in: “An Evening at Fawlty Towers” at Colyton Station on Friday, 26th September from 7.30pm – 10.30pm.

The tram departs from Seaton at 7.00pm, which will give you a chance to relax as you take a wonderful evening ride along the Axe Estuary no herds of wildebeest or krakatoa here though. When you arrive at Colyton you will be part of a dining experience enjoying this unique and interactive comedy performance.

A three course dinner of leek & potato soup, steak & ale pie with new potatoes and vegetables (vegetarian option available) followed by sponge pudding with custard will be served at 8.00pm in the Garden Room at the Tramstop Café, whilst everything, that “can go wrong, will go wrong” in beautifully controlled chaos. Please advise us if you have any dietary requirements and there will also be a licensed bar on site.

After such a chaotic evening’s entertainment, you’ll be pleased to escape for the return journey back by tram to Seaton at 10.30pm.

Your ticket includes return tram ride, entertainment and three course meal: Adults £24.00, Children (3-15) £17.00 and Children (under 3) £5.00. If you are making your own way to Colyton the prices are: Adults £18.00, Children (3-15) £12.00 and Children (under 3) £5.00 for the three course meal and entertainment. This is sure to be a very popular event, so please pre-book in advance on 01297 20375 to avoid disappointment.

Tram tickets can be purchased at Seaton Terminus and Colyton Station ticket offices (or online at www.tram.co.uk)

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